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  1. Absolute Altitude

    By Martin Buckley

    In this exciting and unusual travel book, Martin Buckley journeys through many places, from Benbecula to Rarotonga, from Sudan to New Zealand, from Corsica to Tucson, Arizona - but the country he explores is a romantic and dangerous place that seduces all who travel there - the sky. Three years ago, Martin Buckley gained a pilot's licence, and set off to 'hitch-hike' by plane around the world. His encounters with a range of sometimes eccentric and always obsessive pilots led to aid flights throu

    • Published on 2004
    • 304 pages

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  2. Airspaces

    By David Pascoe and John Pascoe

    This book argues that 'airspace' – the transitional area between check-in desk and baggage carousel – must be regarded as a discrete destination on any map of our age.   Not so much about planes as the human interaction with flying and travel, from the architecture of airports, to films, historical events, advertising, disasters etc.

    • Published on 2001
    • 303 pages

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  3. Ernest K. Gann's Flying Circus

    By Ernest K. Gann

    A treasure of stories about these adventurous men and their planes in an age of flight infinitely more exciting than the supersonic era.

    • Published on 1976
    • 224 pages

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