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Boeing Widebodies (Enthusiast Color Series)

by Michael Haenggi

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 076030842X, Paperback)

Boeing's multi-aisled aircraft have logged more air hours and are more numerous than any other manufacturer. Almost every transcontinental and intercontinental airline employs Boeing technology-making them the leader in aerospace advances. Boeing Widebodies focuses on these famous aircraft: the venerable 747, first developed in the sixties and still going strong, the 767 with its improved wing span and sweep and the modern 777 with its fly-by-wire controls and biggest twin jet engine ever fitted to an aircraft.Color photographs combined with historical background offer an insiders look at Boeings biggest and most successful commercial aircraft program.

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