My first lesson in a 1942 WW2 T6 Harvard at Earls Colne Airfield, Essex.
I finally get signed off on my tailwheel conversion, after practising wheeler landings, forward slips, and tarmac touchdowns.
I have spent all 470 hours of my flying in nose-wheel aircraft. It’s time to see if I can tame a taildragger.
In this special report, I travel to the Slovenian/Italian border to try flight in Pipistrel’s Velis Electro. The world’s first certified electric aeroplane.
I visit a luxury fly-in retreat in the Scottish Highlands, and see a real example of why it’s always essential to carry fuel in reserve.
I learn how to fly a Piper Arrow 3, which has a variable pitch propeller and retractable gear.
I’m thrown into the deep end, and made to land a 737 simulator, after a hypothetical emergency on-board, that leaves the flight deck crew incapacitated.
I’ve been busy filming a new mini series, demonstrating aerodrome and radiotelephony procedures in the UK.
In July 2019 I flew across France in my PA29 share-o-plane, with fellow pilot John Parker.
It’s the news you and I have been waiting for. Oscar Romeo is almost out of the sick bay.