Fb2 Flying Empires: Short 'C' Class Empire Flying Boats ePub
by Brian Cassidy
|Subcategory:||Engineering and Transport|
|Publisher:||Queens Parade P (1996)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1781 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1641 kb|
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The Short Empire flying boat was primarily intended to carry mail to the far corners of the British Empire but, with room for about 20 paying customers, it also pioneered international passenger aviation in the 1930s, flying regular routes to Egypt, South Africa, Australia and America.
Flying Empires Short 'C' Class Empire Flying Boats. Author: Brian Cassidy. We are aware of 3 similar reference publications related to "Short . 3". The Short Empire Boats. Aircraft Profile (Red) Nr. 84. Geoffrey Norris. Empire Flying Boat 1936-1947 (Short's . 3 'C' class). Empire Flying Boat 1936-1947 (Short .
Cassidy, Brian (2004). Flying Empires - Short 'C' class Empire flying boats. p. 58. ISBN 529298-2-1.
It was known that aircraft could maintain flight with a greater payload than that possible during takeoff. Cassidy, Brian (2004).
The Short Empire flying boat was primarily intended to carry mail to the far corners of the British Empire but, with room for about 20 paying customers, it also pioneered international passenger aviation in the 1930s.
Brian Cassidy was as an architect in the UK and Australia for most of his working life. He is an authority on the Empire flying boats, an interest that has spanned more than half a century. Country of Publication. Aircraft & Spacecraft: General Interest. J H Haynes & Co Ltd.
Flying Empires Short C class Empire flying boats Written by Brian Cassidy 3 Queens Parade BATH BA1 2NJ UK. Originally typed on an Amstrad 8512 in Locoscript 10pt. LX Roman type and published as a book in 1996. Transferred from Locoscript to Microsoft Word in 10pt. British Library Cataloguing in Publication Data ISBN 0 9529298 2 1 Universal Decimal Classification 62. 35. 5 Dewey Decimal Classification 20 62. 33.
The Short & Class Empire flying boats were designed in 1934 to implement the Empire Air Mail Scheme. They were operated by Imperial Airways (forerunner of British Airways), QANTAS and Tasman Empire Airways, carrying letter mail throughout the British Empire and Dominions. Small numbers of passengers and freight were also carried.