Britain’s Last Jet Airliner The last jet airliner to be purely built in Britain, the remarkable BAE 146 has a special place in the hearts of many aviation enthusiasts. A total of 390 of the charismatic regional airliner were constructed, earning their keep hauling passengers on numerous routes around the world, plus the 146 saw service with the Queen’s Flight, with the RAF and its most recent role as a water bomber in the USA.
Although Britain’s last airliner is now nearing the end of its career, readers can relive its heyday in Key Publishing’s new 116-page special perfect bound tribute to the type. Written by renowned commercial aviation journalist Stephen Skinner, BAE 146 charts the type’s development, civil career, military service and gives an overview of the current fleet.
This is quality souvenir issue for any interested in civil aviation.