90-year-old pilot who flew in World War II returns to the skies
from Daily Mail
For most remaining World War II pilots, taking to the skies in a 1940s plane is a distant memory — one that is unlikely to ever be repeated. But, having not sat at the controls for more than seventy years, one 90-year-old pilot is now regularly flying a Tiger Moth biplane — and is even doing aerobatic moves in the skies. Flight Lieutenant Fred Lamprey of the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve has been flying in planes almost identical to the one he learnt to fly in when he was called up in 1942.
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