Charter Airlines:- Their Aircraft and Colours
|PUBLISHED (THIS EDITION):||February 2000|
|INSIDE:||149 colour photographs|
You either love them or hate them! For many they represent the annual escape to the sea and sun, they are the bearers of holiday dreams. Others may never forgive the nightmare delays that can often ruin the beginning or end of a holiday fortnight.
The early days of charter flying involved some fairly elderly aeroplanes, and charter companies often went out of business before their livery paint had dried. The survivors now operate fleets of new airliners on intercontinental routes.
In this book John Morton looks at many of the charter operators around the world and has captured their powerful colour schemes at a wide variety of international locations.