Description - Time Flies by Alan Gallop
Heathrow is 60 on 1 January 2006. Alan Gallop chronicles Heathrow's first 60 years, exploring how a small agricultural community on the outskirts of London became the site of the world's leading international airport.
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(263mm x 194mm x 10mm)
Sutton Publishing Ltd
Publisher: The History Press Ltd
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Author Biography - Alan Gallop
Alan Gallop worked at Heathrow as a reporter with a national news agency between 1966 and 1978, covering every conceivable type of story for the international media. He was one of the team that launched the airport newspaper, 'Skyport'. Since the early 1980's he has represented a number of Heathrow based airlines in a public relations capacity, as well as writing promotional books for international airports in Europe, Asia and the Middle-East. He has written three books for Sutton: 'Buffalo Bill's British Wild West' (2001), 'Children of the Dark' (2002)'Mr Stanley I Presume' (2004).