After the end of World War I, a few companies in Britain began to provide passenger service to destinations throughout Europe. When those airlines merged in 1924, Imperial Airways was born. Here, you'll review the 1919-1940 airplanes of this early airline and its predecessors, seeing their history, layout, identity and fate as you enjoy details from wicker seats and fine china to composite airplanes made up of two individual aircraft. 158 pages, 135 B&W photographs, color illustrations, data tables, 3-views and more. 6¾"x 9¾", softcover. Please Click On Image For A Closer Look!