This book is a collection of flying stories and not about paratroops, as some may infer from the tit..
To quote from the info sheet, "Flying stories have held a fascination from time immemorial..." I ver..
One of the more fun aviation books to read is one of those 'there I was' type, and this is just such..
• A classic work, re-published for the first time
• Vivid descriptions of extraordinary flying experiences
• Puts the reader into the cockpit of many famous, and
The legendary Neil Williams was undoubtly the most talented
aerobatic film and air display pilot of his era, who flew a huge
variety of rare and vintage aircraft. Moreover, he was a gifted
writer with the ability to take the reader into the cockpit with
him - whether lost over the Indian Ocean at night
running out of fuel, flying a Spitfire for the first
time, or trapped without a parachute when the
wing of his aircraft failed in-flight.
Dimensions: 234mm x 156mm
Photos/Illus: Illustrated throughout