Flights of Terror
Aerial hijack and sabotage since 1930
By: David Gero
Terrorism is a real threat to aviation. The thought of a ticking bomb hidden in a suitcase, or a gun or knife wielding assailant commandeering a commercial flight, is enough to scare even the most seasoned air traveler.
Since the first edition of this groundbreaking book was published in 1997, much new evidence has come to light on a number of the hijackings described, and more have taken place since.
In this fully revised and updated second edition, David Gero includes the latest information on historic hijackings in all parts of the globe, and a new chapter on the cataclysmic events of 9/11
Hardback, 270 x 210mm, 192pp 90 b&w, 20 colour illustrations