A WORLD OF OPPORTUNITY - Air Transport Auxiliary

A world of opportunity was how the late Lettice Curtis described flying as a ferry pilot for the Air Transport Auxiliary (ATA). In a previously unpublished piece, this great aviator — who passed away in 2014 — recalls the ATA’s early days 80 years ago, when the first women were admitted to its ranks, and when all the organisation’s pilots faced many challenges

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