Yesterday (Thur 4th Nov at 7.30 pm [UK]), the pilots of the WW1 Aviation Heritage Trust chatted about their experiences flying WW1 aeroplanes. The title reflects the feedback that we received. We were joined by David Bremner who built and flies a reproduction of his grandfather’s Bristol Scout and John Lanham who is the Chief Pilot at the Vintage Aviator in Wellington NZ. Between them, the pilots had flown all the aeroplanes under discussion – Bristol Scout, DH2, Sopwith Pup, Nieuport 17, Bristol Fighter, SE5a, Sopwith Camel, Albatros Dva, Sopwith Snipe, Nieuport 28. Our thanks to Darren Harbar and Allan Udy of HAFU for providing lots of great video.
If you missed it, you can listen to the pilots’ pearls of wisdom by clicking this link.