Dear Website Visitors
As you may be aware, we began this website in 2011, and since then we have been covering all aspects of Manchester Airport, and will continue to do so.
Because the airport has such a long, rich and varied history, it was difficult to know where to start, so we began with SEVENTIES RINGWAY.
Now we have recently published SIXTIES RINGWAY and SIXTIES & SEVENTIES DIVERSION DAYS covering the earlier years, we can now turn our attentions to the more recent decades.
We will be 'kicking off' with FOOTBALL TRAFFIC Vol 1, due for release early summer. For this first volume, we will be mainly concentrating on the many European football flights, the various teams and competitions generated from 1990 to 2003.
FOOTBALL TRAFFIC Vol.2 soon to follow, will continue to review the European football charters, but also the increasing volume of football movements generated by the Premier League. Each of these books will contain hundreds of photographs of aircraft visiting for the competitions, many of which are consigned to history.
Later in the year we will be releasing EIGHTIES DIVERSION DAYS, and after that several more titles are planned, including NINETIES RINGWAY, RUSSIAN AIRCRAFT, and many more.
Although we are moving forward, some of the other books on our list are CLASSIC JETS and CLASSIC PROPS, showcasing more of Geoff Ball's wonderful photographs.
In the meantime, and if you haven't done already, please keep up your support for the website by purchasing the books below from our website or from our stockists listed at the bottom of our Shop Page. Our large range of movement CDs and Audio CDs can also be purchased from our Shop Page and from the two TAS shops at Manchester Airport.
on behalf of RINGWAY PUBLICATIONS
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