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"The author correctly shows how the entwining of technology and public acceptance of the development of range and economy in airlines, together with the lowering of fairs by the introduction of coach/economy class in the late 1950s, followed by the development of intercontinental jets, led to a tremenduos jump in passengers carried. There is no comparable work, for boths its narration and bibliography. Highly recommended. All leves/libraries."
"Clipping the Clouds fills a gap on aviation travel for business or college libraries, because few books have been written on the topic during the last decade."
"World historians, in particular, would do well to read this book."