Can Anyone See Bermuda?
Memories of an Airline Pilot (1941-1976)
By Archie Jackson
129 Pages, Illustrated
$25.95 Paper Original
OUT OF PRINT
Former RAF pilot who was born in Chile but educated in the UK offers his memoirs about flying during World War II as well as his recent exploits through 1976. He discuses the Tiger Moth days; Canada and Oxbox; Empire Flying Boats; Wimpeys over England; Burma and the Far East; Chilean Airline; disaster in the Andes; flying over Bermuda; goodbye to propellers; the Jet Age; and a change of course. Illustrated.
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