Airport Life Unwrapped
By Peter Edmunds
167 Pages, Illustrated
NOT OUR PUBLICATION
The author, working as duty manager at Heathrow, describes how the airport is a living, breathing entity-a bustling city 24 hours a day, catering to the unique demands of its inhabitants whether passengers or staff. There is also a special section recording the developments on the fateful night of December 21, 1988, the night of the Pan Am Lockerbie disaster. Illustrated.
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