A Life Time in Longhaul - by Bill Anderson
This book is an opportunity to look into the fascinating world of longhaul aviation.
In 1965, Qantas Airways commenced the Qantas Cadet Pilot Training Scheme. Thirteen courses were completed over a period of seven years, with the last course graduating in 1972.
Bill Anderson was a member of 5 Course. He and twelve colleagues from that course recall their challenges both on the ground and in the air after 'A Lifetime in Longhaul'.
These men have some amazing tales to tell, from their early days as young men learning to fly, their entry into Qantas and on to the present day.
These stories contain humour and excitement, with some close calls and some very funny situations that arose during the course of those years. There are celebrities that find their way onto the flight deck and tales of cities that many will remember the way they used to be.
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