The Perfect Flight
The dedicated aviator's quest for the perfect flight is the subject of this book, which aims to make every pilot more aware of the challenges of flying well. The author shares the details of his continuing quest to learn as much about flying as possible, a quest which began with his first solo flight in 1951.
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