Woman Pilot – ‘Jackie’ Moggridge


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The author gained her ‘A’ licence when she was seventeen. Arriving in England from South Africa the author was still in training when the war broke out. The Civil Aviation authorities decided to only employ male pilots and so refused her services. She then joined the A.T.A. in the all-women’s Ferry Pool and after the war received the King’s Commendation for having ferried more aircraft than any other pilot, man or woman.

Publisher: Michael Joseph
Date Published: 1957
Publication Place: London

Condition: Good.
Binding: Hardcover. Blue linen covered boards with light edge-wear and fading to the spine. Small stain on top edge of spine.

Jacket Condition: Good to fair. Small piece missing from top edge. Edge-wear. Sunning to spine.
Dimensions: 8vo. 235pp

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Weight 1400 g