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Why Planes Crash Case Notes: 2001
     

Why Planes Crash Case Notes: 2001

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by Sylvia Wrigley
 
Why Planes Crash offers a hard look at 21st century aviation disasters and steps the reader through the investigations.. This is the first book of the series, which covers eleven accidents and incidents in 2001, including the disastrous runway incursion at Linate, the near-miss over Tokyo, the Avjet Aspen Crash, Twin Towers and American Airlines Flight 587

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Why Planes Crash offers a hard look at 21st century aviation disasters and steps the reader through the investigations.. This is the first book of the series, which covers eleven accidents and incidents in 2001, including the disastrous runway incursion at Linate, the near-miss over Tokyo, the Avjet Aspen Crash, Twin Towers and American Airlines Flight 587 disintegrating over Queens.

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http://planecra.sh/ - John Farley
The author has done a remarkable job in not only researching the evidence of the accidents she covers and in putting across the problems of an investigation, but she has managed to do this in a way that will interest and appeal to a wide range of readers.
John Farley
The author has done a remarkable job in not only researching the evidence of the accidents she covers and in putting across the problems of an investigation, but she has managed to do this in a way that will interest and appeal to a wide range of readers.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940016437552
Publisher:
Sylvia Wrigley
Publication date:
04/27/2013
Series:
Why Planes Crash , #1
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
1,070,423
File size:
6 MB

Meet the Author

Sylvia Wrigley is a pilot and aviation writer who has been obsessing
about aviation safety for ten years. Her work has appeared in Piper Flyer, the Guardian
and Forbes. In 2012 she was invited to speak as an aviation expert for the Discovery
Channel series Air Crash Confidential. Her popular aviation blog receives 40,000 visitors a year. You Fly Like a Woman, her memoir about learning to fly, has had over 25,000 downloads. She's happy to write more books if you'd like to read them.

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