Passenger by Air
Experiences of flying commercial services in Europe, North America, China, Japan and Australia in the 1920s and 1930s. Text supported with aerial photographs, including aircraft.
GILLMAN, Captain R. E.
Croydon to Concorde
Recollections and account of civil flying after WWII, following the authors previous work ("The Shiphunters" - see separate listing) on his wartime role. Working as a pilot and in other aviation roles, he covers a wide variety of aircraft.
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.