Yugoslav Electras – From Aeroput Airlines to RAF
Yugoslav Electras – From Aeroput Airlines to RAF describes the Lockheed 10A Electra, arguably the most beautiful 1930s airliner, while in service with Yugoslavia’s Aeroput Airlines.
This 112-page also includes a brief history of the type’s development, a rich photo gallery highlighting its service with other airlines, and complete details of the transfer and service of the few machines from Aeroput Airlines to the RAF after the fall of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia.
The Electra, with the twin-engined aircraft from Boeing and Douglas, served at the forefront of civilian airline operations during the 1930s. By the time production ended in late 1941, 149 Electras were delivered to 23 airlines in 13 countries on four continents.
Authors: Ognjan Petrovic & Djordje Nikolic
Pages: 112 (32 colour)
Colour Profiles: 14
Physical: Softcover, 280x230mm, portrait