AEROPLANE meets ANDREW DIXON

His introduction to flying taildraggers came in a DC-3, so no wonder Andrew is among the UK’s leading pilots of multiengine historic aircraft

VIA ANDREW DIXON

The multi-engined end of the warbird spectrum is, by de finition, a smaller field than its fighter counterpart. The aeroplanes are fewer in number and costlier to operate, while for pilots the opportunities to gain experience on such types are that much less. Those who have amassed plenty of heavy historic aircraft time can, therefore, find themselves in great demand.

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