The Dream that Wouldn't Die : The 50-year fight for Prestwick Airport

The Dream that Wouldn't Die
Ann Galbraith

Softback - £11.40

Prestwick Airport transitioned from being a major World War Two terminus for military aircraft arriving from Canada and USA - to being Scotland's designated trans-Atlantic civil airport. In the days when its fog-free environment was all-important, it hosted airlines such as BOAC, PanAm, Air Canada, Caledonian Airways and Northwest Orient - until 1983 when Air 2000 was granted rights to USA from Glasgow Airport. An airline exodus from Prestwick soon followed. This book documents Prestwick's survival strategies during those years.

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