In aviation, sky is the limit

“This unashamedly aspirational book celebrates the best of life in the air” reviews Wallpaper Assouline’s ode to the art of aviation, The Art Of Flying. Drawing on a rich seam of archive imagery the book revisits the classic chic of 1930s glamour, with an eye for the details: Onassis’ Olympic Airways’ ten-course meal, or Air India’s elaborate Maharajah service, complete with gold-bedecked 747s are some of the elements the tome falls victim for. Read more