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Mohan Pandey is a 37-year veteran of the aviation industry who has held a variety of positions since joining Boeing in 1980. He has also worked for an airline. Pandey was a Director of Operational Regulatory Affairs when he retired from Boeing in early 2010. During the last 20 years, Pandey played a key role in the development of regulations for the extended-range operations of two-engine airplanes around the world. He has worked with many airlines, regulatory authorities, and international organizations. Pandey has published numerous articles on the subject and has been frequently quoted in major aviation publications.
Very long and wordy discussion of etops and how to came about. Rest of book was pleasant to read, with insight on the economics of operating an airplane.Published 27 days ago by Gery Van Dessel
An informative inside look at the competition between Boeing and Airbus. The book exposes what happens as each tries to outsell or block the other using sometimes questionable... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Georgia Man
I am a B777/787 Flight Simulator Instructor and enjoyed reading about the history of the Dreamliner's development.Published 8 months ago by Barry S.
Great explanation of ETOPS and QA of the 777 and Airbus efforts to promote quad aircraft.Published 8 months ago by Foxy
This book contains a lot of history around the Boeing and Airbus competition. Would recommend this book to anyone in the aviation industry, especially commercial aviation.Published 11 months ago by Benjamin Monnig
I fly a lot and never really thought about the politics of selling aircraft. It's a dirty process... Read morePublished 14 months ago by David Swann
Fascinating insider account of the Boeing vs. Airbus conflict until the book got bogged down in a lengthy technical explanation of the twin-jet proving controversy.Published on May 13, 2013 by Michael
An excellent book giving a good overview of the political intrigue and behind the scenes politics with regulatory authorities, governments and companies which can make or break the... Read morePublished on May 10, 2013 by lanthe