Guy Clapshaw’s flying career started when he won an R.A.F. Flying Scholarship at seventeen. His tertiary education was a two-year R.A.F. Pilots’ Course where he first began his lifelong observations of the many unique characters and bizarre situations encountered in aviation.
He has flown almost everything from World War Two jet fighters, Fox Moths, Dominies, DC-3s and DC-8s to Jumbo Jet 747s. Approaching 80 years old, he still flies after 63 years in the air and intends to keep on flying until he gets it right.