In 1930, airfields were a rarity. Aircraft companies, given the unreliability of internal combustion engines, primitive avionics, and unpredictable weather, believed that an airplane could carry its landing strip with it, if the field were water. The brief but brilliant age of flying boats was born. Master maritime artist Ian Marshall captures these magnificent machines in perfect detail.
136 pgs, HB w/dust cover, 12 x 10, color illustrations by Master Artist.