Aviation Engineering and Aircraft Servicing (Magazine), With Which is Consolidated Airway Age - The Technical Journal of the Aeronautical Industry, March (Mar.) 1932 - The Stark System of Instrument Flying / The New Continental R-670


50 pages. Features: Front cover Thompson Valves ad commemorates Navy flyer Lieut. Soucek and his 1930 altitude record at 43,166 feet; Good Year ad features photos of American Airways planes; Data on the strength of Aircraft Materials; Improving the Control System; Weight Reduction Versus Drag Reduction in Design; The Stark System of Instrument Flying; A New Army Fighting Grade Anti-Knock Aviation Gasoline - article by Major James H. Doolittle; Engineering Deductions of a Flight Around the World - Charles Healy Day and his Errant (Martin); The New Continental R-670; Care and Construction of Metal Propellers; 1931 Aircraft Production; Century Airlines Hangar-Terminal Building; Brief personality profile - with photo - of Charles N. Monteith, Boeing's chief engineer; Obituary of C.T. Porter; Autogiro photo ad inside back cover shows Juan De La Cierva taking off from Pier 34, New York, December 23, 1931; Nice illustrated back cover ad for the new Stinson Model "R"; and more. Unmarked with average wear. A sound vintage copy.

Title: Aviation Engineering and Aircraft Servicing (Magazine), With Which is Consolidated Airway Age - The Technical Journal of the Aeronautical Industry, March (Mar.) 1932 - The Stark System of Instrument Flying / The New Continental R-670

Author Name: Newell, J.; Huntington, D.; Wood, K.; Schaefer, E.; Doolittle, Major James H.; Froelich, M.; Insley, R.; Brown, L.; Stupar, M.; Schory, C.

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Engineering, Aviation,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: USA, Aircraft Engineering: 1932

Binding: Single Issue Magazine

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 201H2494

Keywords: Aviation Engineering and Aircraft Servicing (Magazine), With Which is Consolidated Airway Age - The Technical Journal of the Aeronautical Industry, March (Mar.) 1932 - The Stark System of Instrument Flying / The New Continental R-670 Thompson Valves ad commemorates Navy flyer Lieut. Soucek and his 1930 altitude record at 43, 166 feet; Good Year ad features photos of American Airways planes; Data on the strength of Aircraft Materials; Improving the Control System; Weight Reduction Versus Drag Reduction in Design; The Stark System of Instrument Flying; A New Army Fighting Grade Anti-Knock Aviation Gasoline - article by Major James H. Doolittle; Engineering Deductions of a Flight Around the World - Charles Healy Day and his Errant (Martin); The New Continental R-670; Care and Construction of Metal Propellers; 1931 Aircraft Production; Century Airlines Hangar-Terminal Building; Brief personality profile - with photo - of Charles N. Monteith, Boeing's chief engineer; Obituary of C.T. Porter; Autogiro photo ad inside back cover shows Juan De La Cierva taking off from Pier 34, New York, December 23, 1931; Nice illustrated back cover ad for the new Stinson Model "R",