Dean, Jennifer Brooks.
Careers With An Airline
. Lerner Publications Company. Minneapolis. 1975.
This book gives a brief introduction to the various careers available with an airline. Included in those careers are pilot, reservation clerk, tower agent, hanger mechanic, radio electronic mechanic, computer programmer and many other occupations.
Flohert, John J.
Aviation From the Ground Up
. J. B. Lippincott Company. New York. 1957.
This is the gleaning of a reporter who has seen aviation grow from a precarious sport to one of the world’s most vital industry. It is a story that has resulted from one of the author’s most thrilling assignments.
Wings: The Early Years of Aviation
. Scholastic Magazines, Inc. New York. 1980.
This is an illustrated history of airplanes from the days of the early aviators through the beginning of World War II. It discusses the pilots, their uniforms, famous planes, blimps, insignias, air races and circuses, passenger service and many other
See Inside An Airport
. Warwick Press. New York. 1978.
This book discusses the history, design, and construction of an airport.
What Happens When You Travel By Plane
. Reilly & Lee. Chicago. 1968.
This gook gives you the view and excitement of a plane ride from a child’s point of view.
Sikorsky, Igor I.
The Story of the Winged S
. Dodd, Mead & Company. New York. 1967.
This book is an autobiography with lade developments and illustrations of the helicopter.
Man From The Sky
. Warwick Press. New York. 1980.
In an almost fail proof scheme, a man parachutes from an airplane with a large amount of stolen money, only to be seen by a boy who has a reputation for seeing things in the clouds.