History

Explore a captivating journey through aviation history with our carefully curated collection, perfect for enthusiasts of all levels. Uncover the rich heritage of flight and immerse yourself in the incredible stories of aviation’s evolution.

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    The Sky is Not the Limit

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    “The Sky is Not the Limit” is an exhilarating journey of Matt Hall, who since childhood, aspired to be a pilot. This book provides a fascinating glimpse into the world of aviation, filled with hard work, focus, and the courage to create your own luck. From serving as an F/A-18 Hornet pilot to becoming one of the world’s renowned pilots, Matt’s story is an inspiring testament that the sky truly is not the limit.

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    Without Precedent

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    The 2nd Edition is here! The final chapter in this tale has been written with a moving ceremony and a posthumous award, nearly 70 years after that fateful day in 1952. With a new Foreword written by Air Chief Marshal Mark Binskin AC (Ret’d), ‘Without Precedent’ is the biography of commando and fighter pilot, Phillip Zupp. One man who served in two very different wars. During World War Two, he saw combat on the ground in the Pacific before patrolling Hiroshima and Tokyo at the war’s end. In Korea, Phillip flew 201 combat sorties amid intense ground fire and the ever-threatening MiG fighters. Peace brought a career that spanned the globe and the skies above it. All the while, the intriguing story of the search for a downed airman, a damaged jet and the first Australian Purple Heart lay dormant. Until now. (350 pages)

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    Boeing 747 Queen of the Skies – Farewell

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    This is a personal account of the author’s experiences as flight crew on the “Queen of the Skies” and is a tribute to the aircraft that changed the world. This book offers insights into the Boeing 747, the air routes, the international destinations and significant events, including the flight deck perspective of the final QANTAS 747 flight that crafted a “kangaroo in the sky”. Some recollections are technical, some are observations and some are personal. Read this book and share the journey.