Fortune Favours the Bold is the true story of Comair Ltd, one of aviation Is greatest successes in the most demanding but exciting marketplaces. By mastering athe art of bonding brand promise and deliverya, Comair Is 63 unbroken years of profit are exceptional in an industry plagued with volatility and troubles. This book traces its role in African air commerce and beyond, ultimately operating the first British Airways franchise outside Europe. The book has its share of bizarre and amusing moments too. It debunks a number of myths and mysteries. It is heavily illustrated and interspersed with capsule commentaries on life in southern Africa over the past 65 years, often coinciding with some of the regionas most tumultuous and significant periods. It covers events from World War II campaigns in East and North Africa through post-war development, rising political movements, international isolation, regional conflict and cooperation to evolving democracy. Through it all, Comairas history reflects the diversity of African experience. This book is one of the best records of an aviation group ever produced. It will be of interest to aviation and military historians, students of business, commercial law and political science, owners and operators of aircraft and anyone drawn to Africaas mystique. Click here for FULL-COLOUR edition.AN AFRICAN AVIATION ODYSSEY Capt Donald L. Van Dyke, FRAeS. On August 29, 2003, BA Comair applied for authority to operate between Johannesburg and Livingstone, Zambia with five return services per ... Schedule route system, March 28, 2004 well as other lodges in the country. ... The aircraft was taken to fill an operational void created by the withdrawal of another aircraft for maintenance.
|Title||:||FORTUNE FAVOURS THE BOLD|
|Author||:||Capt Donald L. Van Dyke, FRAeS|
|Publisher||:||Xlibris Corporation - 2009-01-28|