A Gift of Wings
Reminiscences and stories of the flying experiences of the author of "Jonathan Livingston Seagull". Includes barnstorming in a biplane to flying as a fighter test pilot.
Off the Beam - The Memoirs of an Aircraft Radio Operator
Recollections of the author who served as an aircraft radio operator in WWII, flying a wide variety of aircraft with Ferry Command. Before the war he worked for Imperial Airways and post-war with British South American Airways, later BOAC.
The Adventures of a Californian Transport Pilot
Account of pioneering commercial flying in the 1920s. Hagenbach was a Swiss immigrant to California who learnt to fly as a newspaper reporter and later became a Night Express Service pilot.
Both Feet in the Air - An Airline Pilot's Story
Recollections of the author who flew Catalina and Sunderland flying boats from Poole harbour and Dakota's over the 'Hump' during the war. Post-war he flew in South America for Lan Chile before joining BSAA and eventually retiring as a BA VC10 captain.