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Philip Jarrett

Freelance Editor and Consultant

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Background Information

Employment History

Assistant Editor of the RAeS's Aerospace, Assistant Editor of Aeroplane and Production Editor

Flight International


Aeroplane Monthly

Assistant Editor

Aeroplane Monthly


Aviation Historian
Royal Aeronautical Society

Web References (10 Total References)

The Aviation Historian [cached]

TAH's editorial board includes the likes of Philip Jarrett - who will be familiar to British readers - and Dr Richard Hallion."

Philip Jarrett A leading authority on early aviation, Phil has been a freelance editor and consultant since 1990. Previously he was Assistant Editor of the RAeS's Aerospace, Assistant Editor of Aeroplane and Production Editor of Flight International.

A century of powered flight: Wright brothers' take-off launched modern aviation 100 years ago. [cached]

"This systematic approach was the key to their success," says aviation historian Philip Jarrett of the Royal Aeronautical Society, UK.

"Since the Wright brothers, a greater understanding of aerodynamics has made flying safer and easier," says Jarrett.

Contact us - Aeroplane Magazine - History in the Air [cached]

Philip Jarrett Editorial assistance

CANAV Books [cached]

If Aviation in Canada: The Pioneer Decades is "a rather curious book", as Aeroplane Monthly "reviewer" Philip Jarrett proclaims in AM December 2009, his own effort certainly amounts to "a rather curious book review".

Paisley University Library Special Collections - Putnam Aeronautical 1997 [cached]

Series Editor: Philip Jarrett

Philip Jarrett.Is a freelance author, editor, sub-editor and consultant specialising in aviation.He began writing on aviation history in 1967, and in 1971 became assistant editor of Aerospace, the Royal Aeronautical Society,s newspaper.He was assistant editor of Aeroplane Monthly from 1973 to 1980, and production editor of Flight International from 1980 to 1989.
Series Editor: Philip Jarrett

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