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At 5 kg and 1040 pages, 'ATC' remains Canada’s grandest-ever aviation title.
What’s covered? To give you an idea … pioneer days from 1919 to TCA & CPA, Canada’s air force from Day 1 to modern operations around the world, Canada’s postwar airlines: EPA, MCA, Nordair, PWA, QCA, Quebecair, Transair, etc., the DEW Line, SAR, aerial survey, the great Canadian airliners from North Star to Q400, helicopters, and government and corporate aviation.
'ATC' also includes the largest gallery of original Canadian aviation art. How say the reviewers? “These volumes are possibly the world's most inclusive ever devoted to aviation history,” - Airways: The Global Review of Commercial Flight.
“Impressive! The word is sometimes misapplied to a book that is merely interesting, but for these two volumes, it may well be an understatement.” (“Montreal Gazette”).
Fifty-three chapters, two volumes, hardcover, 800,000+ words, more than 3500 photos, maps, glossary, bibliography, appendix, index.
Sticker price? $155.00, but this special deal gets you a set all-in (shipping & tax included) at CDN $65.00 for Canadian orders, CDN $80.00 USA orders, CDN $160.00 overseas orders (surface mail only)