Team: General Aviation

  • Ian Bishop

    Ian Bishop

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  • Simon Tilling

    Simon Tilling

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  • Tony Butler

    Tony Butler

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  • John Carter

    John Carter

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  • Pete Allum

    Pete Allum

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  • Alec Trevett

    Alec Trevett

    Alec started gliding with the Air Training Corps at South Cerney in Slingsby Cadet MkIII and Sedbergh T21 – solo’d at 16. Started powered flying initially as a hobby and then became a weekend flying instructor, teaching PPL, aerobatic, tailwheel and IMC Rating. Spent 30 years in the Royal Air Force as a Fighter Controller…

  • Simon Oldfield

    Simon Oldfield

    Simon Oldfield is the current Director of the UK Airprox Board. He caught β€˜the aviation bug’ at an early age and first learned to fly as a glider pilot with the then Air Cadets (now RAF Air Cadets). After a brief period in the insurance broking industry, he joined the Royal Air Force in November…

  • Jane Hannick
  • Scott Hadden

    Scott Hadden

    Scott was born in Fife, Scotland in 1973 and from a very early age wanted to become a commercial pilot.  However, after years of commitment to that path (he started flying at the age of 12), Scott made the difficult decision in 2001 not to pursue a flying career due to the post 9/11 employment landscape…

  • Chloe Eriksen

    Chloe Eriksen

    Chloe’s interest in aviation began as a young Air Cadet, with Air Experience Flying in Chipmunks and Bulldogs. Work experience at a local airfield and the odd fun flight led to an RAF Flying Scholarship on a Cessna 152 at Carlisle Airport, where she terrified herself on her first solo. Her Sixth Form tutor introduced…

  • Captain George Capon

    Captain George Capon

    George started his flying career in 1976, joining the Air Training Corps and Commanding a VGS for 12 years, initially learning to fly at Southend, he obtained his ATPL ,latterly flying as a Captain on the A340 and A330. Never forgetting the grass roots of aviation he has continuously held  CAA and FAA instructor single…

  • Nick Wall

    Nick Wall

    Nick Wall is an aviation journalist focusing mainly on safety issues. A former Editor of a wide range of GA aviation magazines, he is, and has been, both a GA and glider pilot for many years.