“Jane’s All the World’s Aircraft” sets the standard in aviation reference. It provides exhaustive technical detail on over 1,000 civil and military aircraft currently being produced or under development by more than 560 companies. Photographs and line drawings aid recognition and comparison, giving you the ability to evaluate competitors, recognize trends in aerospace development, identify potential buyers and select business partners. You can check key specifications for any aircraft, including dimensions, performance, structure, landing gear, power plants and armaments. In addition, there are details of the world’s aircraft manufacturers and their programs, so you can identify key contracts, production rates, customers and order backlogs.
About the Author
Paul Jackson began contributing to amateur and professional aviation journals – on both historical and current matters – while in his ‘teens. He became a full-time freelance aerospace writer and editor in 1979; joined the Jane’s All the World’s Aircraft compiling team in 1988 and was appointed its editor-in-chief in 1994. –This text refers to an alternate Hardcover edition.