Czech aircraft in the Bulgarian sky
Чешките самолети в българското небе
Language: Bulgarian—English (bilingual)
More than 90 years ago airplane training unit from His Majesty Boris III Bulgarian Air Directorate started re-equipment with the first Czechoslovak-made Šmolik Š-18. Next followed the formal agreement of April 1927, signed between the Bulgarian government and the aircraft manufacturers from Aero-Prague. Since then more than 500 Czech aircraft from 24 types have continue to fly over Bulgaria. Thousands Bulgarian pilots have reached the sky thanks to these well-made machines. The book is dedicated to the remarkable story lasting for near a century — the story of Czech aircraft in the Bulgarian Sky.
|Illustrations||b/w and color figures|
|Size||21 х 29 cm|