The emergence of scheduled air traffic in Switzerland 1919-1939
This book describes the extremely interesting history of the emergence of scheduled air traffic in Switzerland from 1919-1939. It shows the development of the aviation pioneers, the development of military aviation, the founding of the first airlines and the emergence of a national and international air network.
In detail the most important airlines such as Ad Astra, Balair, Alpar and the east Swiss Aero society and their development up to the establishment of the Swissair in the year 1931 and the outbreak of the 2. World war are described.
More than 600 photos and documents, many of which are published for the first time, also illustrate one of the most interesting periods in the still young Swiss aviation.
The book comprises 460 pages in book format A4 and is made with high-quality hard cover with thread binding.
Author: Hans Weder ISBN 978 3 033 07182 7