Best-Selling aviation transport title
- 66th edition,
65th year of publication
- New colour
photo sections, improved layout
published in 1950, Civil Aircraft Markings quickly became the aviation
equivelant of 'Wisden'. an indispensable annual publication found on the
bookshelves of generations of aviation enthusiasts and historians.
At the heart
of 'CAM' is the most complete listing of all aircraft currently on the UK
Register ofCivil Aircraft - over 21,000 entries ranging from historic biplanes
through to the latest airliners, and also covering light aircraft, microlights,
helicopters, balloons and gliders of every type. For each entry the registration
marks, exact aircraft type and owner or operator is given.
the civil aircraft registers of Ireland, the Channel Islands and Isle of Man
are listed as well as sections from overseas registers of aircraft commonly
visiting the UK. 'CAM' also lists the common Airline Flight Codes, radio
frequencies for major UK airfields and the complete British Aircraft
Preservation Council register.
published by Ian Allan Publishing, CAM 2015 is fully revised and updated and
now features a new, clearer layout and full colour photo sections.