Learjets: The World's Executive Aircraft

Learjets: The World's Executive Aircraft

by Donald J. Porter

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From the rollout of the first Sikorsky S-40 in 1931 to the retirement of the 40-ton Boeing 314 at the end of World War II, the Ocean Clipper has captured the imagination of America. Nearly two decades later, Bill Lear dreamed of a passenger jet that would revolutionize the corporate-travel industry, and today the Learjet is a fast, sleek reality. Both of these books provide historical background, performance data, design specs, and other specialized detail appropriate for research projects or specialists in the field, and for general readers.-- Mikey Scott, Torrey Pines H.S., Del Mar, Cal.

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McGraw-Hill School Education Group
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