In a Moon's Course

In a Moon’s Course tells the remarkable story of the Air Transport Auxiliary in Britain during World War II and revisits through flight simulation 28 of their flights. Older veterans, volunteer pilots from other countries and the parents and sisters of servicemen rose to the challenge of delivering hundreds of aircraft daily from the factories to the RAF. Simulation details are included. More

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About Allan Jones

Allan Jones is a chemist by profession and has worked in the field of international chemicals management for many years. He lives in Burlington, Ontario, Canada but was born and grew up in Merseyside, England.

In a Moon’s Course, his first book, is on the subject of the Air Transport Auxiliary in England during World War II. It arose from his comparison of the sophistication of airline flying today with the ‘seat of the pants’ flight skills required by the men and women ferry pilots during World War II.

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