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Northrop Delta cover - FINAL

* Northrop Delta – AB Aerotransport

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Norway remained neutral during the First World War and the first airlines were started up as early as 1912. The main story of this book is about Det Norske Luftfartrederi - DNL.

* The Beginnings of Norway’s Airlines, Part 1: 1918-1922

kr. 350

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Brevduen – Caproni Ca.310, LN-DAK, DNLs jakt på et postfly

kr. 150 kr. 75

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The first comprehensive account of Danish men and women in Allied air forces during the Second World War.

BRITIAN’S VICTORY – DENMARK’S FREEDOM

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FW 200a Conder Cover NEW

Deutsche Lufthansa in Norway, 1927-1945

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ELTA-The First Aviation Exhibition Amsterdam, 1919

kr. 300 kr. 150

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Flying with my photos – A Selection Of Photographs From The Period 1918-1940

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Probably the most beautiful design of a German airliner. The Focke-Wulf Fw 200 Condor flew for many years for DDL - Danish Air Lines. This is a reprint of a previously sold out book.

Focke-Wulf Fw 200 Condor with Danish Air Lines in War and Peace – reprint coming soon

Aviation History of Seattle and the Pacific Northwest is described in this well-illustrated book written by Timothy A. Nelson.

Jet City Rewind: Aviation History of Seattle and the Pacific Northwest

kr. 250

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Junkers F 13 – The World’s First All-Metal Airliner

JfS - frontpage

Junkers for Scandinavia

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The three-engine nine-passenger G 24 was also produced as a bomber designated K 30 and developed into the larger G 31 passenger transport. 
This is the third book of the most notable and widely-used of the all-metal aircraft produced by the Junkers works in Dessau in the inter-war years.

JUNKERS G 24, K 30 AND G 31 – STEPPING STONES

kr. 250

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The operation of the Junkers Ju 52/3m spans from 1932 until well into the 1970s. This books describes the history of "Tante Ju".

JUNKERS JU 52/3M – A TRIPLE SUCCESS – BEYOND THE LUFTWAFFE

A few years after the introduction of the Junkers F 13, it made commercial sense to develop the F 13 further to meet increasing demands for more power, capacity and range, and this resulted in the W 33 and W 34 successors, expanded with the K 43 military variant and Ju 46 mail planes.
From the mid-1920s into the early 1960s, the W 33/W 34 served in thirty-four countries on all the world's inhabited continents and was used in a multitude of roles. It was a real workhorse, not cheap to buy or fast in the air, but weather-resistant, robust and durable.

JUNKERS W 33/W 34/K 43 – WORKHORSE IN PEACE AND WAR

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Nils Mathisrud has written this detailed account of the Noorduyn Norseman in Norway. Illustrated with colour profiles and photograps. English and Norwegian text.

Noorduyn Norseman Mk.IV & Mk.VI

kr. 80

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