It’s been a year since I last had anything to say, and I haven’t really got anything to add. It’s been such a difficult year for everyone so far this year I’m just glad you’re here to read this note!
Corsair, G-ADVB, became infamous for crashing not once, but twice, in Equatorial Africa. Geoffrey was in Juba, in the middle of things, when the accident happened. Then after the flying boat was salvaged from its watery berth on the edge
Running through ideas for more voice recordings, I thought the description of the acceptance testing would be of interest. The first three Empire Flying Boats Only one flying boat had been through the acceptance testing and flown – Canopus ADHL,
Well, it’s taken me nearly a year to get this far. That’s mostly because I couldn’t find the files that I’d recorded from the tape recorder on my old computer. I resorted to re-recording them. Easier said than done. I had
A new facility from the website software will allow me to add audio clips to these pages. As you may know, Geoffrey dictated his memos onto audio tapes, which were then transcribed into text, from which the book White Water
To celebrate the start of the Empire Flying Boat Service 80 years ago, we are offering two copies of Geoffrey Pett’s memoir in a Goodreads Giveaway during June. After his recruitment and training by Imperial Airways, Geoffrey was sent out