Mark Blois-Brooke started his flying career with the West London Aero Club at White Waltham, then progressed to flying larger piston-engined and turbine aircraft with Chess Wing, Skyguard, the Islanders of South East Air and several years with Interflight piloting their Hawkers and Learjets, before joining Hunting Cargo Airlines on Boeing 727s and then the Airbus A300. Later he flew BP’s glamorous Gulfstream before moving to TAG Aviation. The story ends with a chapter about his love of the Tiger Moth, especially the one he owned at the time of writing. Lots of great tales about his flights around the world – some of them hair-raising! Paperback, 240 pages, 45 pictures, 25 in colour.
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