The definitive history of Bristow Helicopters, which grew from inauspicious beginnings to become one of the UK's largest independent helicopter fleets.Biografía del autor:
Andrew Healey learned to fly helicopters, like Alan Bristow, in the Royal Navy. Later in his career he again followed Bristow's footsteps by setting off to the Antarctic, as a pilot aboard the Navy's Ice Patrol ship, HMS Endurance. A year later, Andrew left the Navy and joined an established helicopter charter operator in the south-east of England. There he flew passengers, film crews and photographers before an accident in 1985 prematurely ended his flying career. Since then Andrew has written for his living, both for the aerospace press and as a freelance travel writer -- predominantly for the London Evening Standard but also for most British national broadsheets. He has also written and published company newsletters, organised helicopter air shows, presented travel films for the BBC and authored web sites for the BBC and Channel 4.
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