CROSS COUNTRY FLYING by Martin Caiden

CROSS COUNTRY FLYING

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A noted non-fiction writer tells the story of his 1960 two month air cruise over 55,000 miles of continental United States. The trip deemed the ""dream of every private pilot"" is further described by the work of a professional photographer who went along. Through their many visits, the problems of modern flying, of new rulings, of how to navigate in all kinds of weather are discussed in an informal yet effective way. Enjoyable but probably aimed for a small audience of flyers and air enthusiasts, -- a steadily increasing group among young people.

Pub Date: Oct. 25th, 1961
Publisher: Dutton