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  • Author:
    Edward H. Phillips
  • ISBN:
    0911139168
  • ISBN13:
    978-0911139167
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    Flying Books; 2 edition (February 1, 1994)
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    98 pages
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The purpose of this book is to illustrate the Cessna airplanes built from 1946 through 1986 in a pictorial format, one that lends itself to the interest of the weekend pilot as well as the . Package Dimensions: 1. x . inches

The purpose of this book is to illustrate the Cessna airplanes built from 1946 through 1986 in a pictorial format, one that lends itself to the interest of the weekend pilot as well as the hero historian. In the half century since the Model C-34 took flight and ushered the company into its second era, six basic families of airplanes were created, designed to cover a wide spectrum of the general aviation marketplace. Each series of airplanes are presented as follows: 100 series, 200 series, 300 series, 400 series, 500 series, 600 series. inches. Shipping Weight: 1. ounces (View shipping rates and policies).

Edward H. Phillips is an American writer/historian, aviation industry reporter, and aviator who has specialized in the general aviation . Wings of Cessna: Model 120 to Citation X. Eagan, MN: Flying Books International (1994), OCLC 32516985

Edward H. Phillips is an American writer/historian, aviation industry reporter, and aviator who has specialized in the general aviation industry of the central United States-with particular emphasis on the aviation history of Wichita, Kansas and its aircraft manufacturers. 1 Background and credentials. Eagan, MN: Flying Books International (1994), OCLC 32516985. The Staggerwing Story - A History of the Beechcraft Model 17 (1996). Mystery Ship: A History of the Travel Air Type R Monoplanes So. St. Paul, MN: Flying Books International (1999).

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Phillips, Edward . Cessna: A Master's Expression. Eagan, MN: Flying Books, 1985. Phillips, Edward . Cessna: Model 120 to Citation III. Eagan, MN: Flying Books, 1986. Rodengen, Jeffrey . The Legend of Cessna.

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The purpose of this book is to illustrate the Cessna airplanes built from 1946 through 1986 in a pictorial format, one that lends itself to the interest of the weekend pilot as well as the hero historian.

ISBN 10: 0911139052, ISBN 13: 9780911139051. Published by Eagan, Minnesota, . The purpose of this book is to illustrate the Cessna airplanes built from 1946 through 1986 in a pictorial format, one that lends itself to the interest of the weekend pilot as well as the hero historian.

Wings of Cessna: Model 120 to Citation X. Eagan, MN: Flying Books International (1994) . com (including Aviation History magazine). Phillips, articles list,Aviation Week and Space Technology magazine. Phillips, articles list, Aviation Week and Space Technology magazine.

WINGS OF CESSNA: MODEL 120 TO CITATION X By Edward H. Phillips Excellent . Excellent Condition! Quick & Free Delivery in 2-14 days. Textbooks, Education & Reference (2).

Of all the light airplanes built in America since the 1930s, the Cessna series of monoplanes has emerged as one of the best known today to both airman and layman alike, spreading their wings to serve the needs of flight trainings, charter, corporate, private, agricultural and military aviation for over 50 years. The purpose of this book is to illustrate the Cessna airplanes built from 1946 through 1986 in a pictorial format, one that lends itself to the interests of the weekend pilot as well as the aero historian.