If it was easy, everyone would be doing it. On Thur 2 Dec 21 at 1930, the WW1 AHT Team lead by JeanMichel Munn and Stu Goldspink will be discussing the challenges of operating aircraft designed when aviation was in its infancy. Many of the quirks of powered flight were learnt the hard way as the science was not always understood. Most things modern pilots take for granted were not available to the early aviators – brakes, starter motors, reliable engines, and radios as a starter for 10. We are delighted to announce that John Lanham (Chief Pilot – TVAL) and David Bremner (Bristol Scout) will be joining the Panel for this and future sessions.

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