Volume 1 covers the CAC Wirraway, Dassault Mirage, Victa Airtourer and Aircruiser, Bristol Beaufort, North American P-51 Mustang (Australia was the only source of production outside the USA), de Havilland Drover, CAC CA-15, Fawcett 120, Avro Lincoln, Macchi MB-326, CAC Woomera, English Electric Canberra, CAC Wackett Trainer and three locally-designed agricultural aircraft, the Transavia Airtruk, Yeoman Cropmaster and Sasin Spraymaster.
Volume Two features the CAC Boomerang, McDonnell Douglas F/A-18 Hornet, de Havilland Mosquito, GAF Nomad, Bristol Beaufighter, North American/CAC Sabre, de Havilland Tiger Moth and Vampire, Seabird Seeker, CAC Winjeel, GippsAero Airvan, PAC CT-4 Airtrainer and Jabiru.
Both of these eBooks represent an essential guide to a vitally important Australian industry.
Apple computers and devices use inbuilt iBooks. Users of other products, our experience shows that this format works best in Adobe Digital Editions software which is FREE and available for Mac OS and iOS; and Windows and Android operating systems. On a computer/laptop you may read the books in either single or double page layout. Double page works best for our aircraft opening spreads as it did with Aero Australia.
Stewart Wilson has a reputation as one of Australia’s most authoritative and respected aviation writers. In addition to the production of countless books, he is also renowned for producing “Aero” magazine. This two volume work “Aircraft Made In Australia”, brings together for the first time, the multitude of articles that first appeared in the magazine in a highly readable and informative manner. No longer do I need to scour through my entire collection of “Aero” to find all the information I need on Australian made aircraft, as for the first time it is available in this magnificent two volume work. For those who have even a passing interest in Australian made aircraft, this is the one work you should have in your aviation library. For those for whom aviation is a passion, this is a “must have”! Rod Brown