Commercial Aviation 101
by Greg Gayden
Publisher: Smashwords 2016
Number of pages: 101
Commercial Aviation 101 goes in depth to describe how things work today in the commercial aviation industry. Explanations for current aviation security programs are included in the first half of the book, while the second half reviews the business side of the industry and explains common terms and procedures.
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