Tasman Echo Alpha by Guy Clapshaw Featured in Aviation News Magazine
Aviation News Magazine has featured Tasman Echo Alpha by Guy Clapshaw in their April issue. The magazine has published an extensive and engaging review of the book. The writing style of the author was praised and the book was highly recommended. Aviation News Magazine is a monthly publication that publishes news and articles for fans of aviation and air crafts.
Former Air New Zealand pilot, Guy Clapshaw is the author of the splendid book Tasman Echo Alpha which chronicles the events that transpire during flight. The book has captured moments of magic and romance that occur during the flights. There are different characters in Tasman Echo Alpha, Richard Whacker is one of them he is the aircrew scheduler and manages to get all the aircraft overseas and the crew back home in New Zealand. Other notable characters are the operations manager who has a habit to hire people with bird names. The stories get really engaging as the flights' progress to higher skies.
Guy Clapshaw has a splendid career as a commercial aircraft pilot. He has flown almost all types of aircraft from World War Two jet fighters to 747 Jumbo Jets.