Biggles to the Rescue

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A pilot whose light aircraft crashed into a tree on a Dundee golf course has attributed his lucky escape to his love of the "Biggles" adventure stories.
Would that be book seventy-four in the series, entitled Biggles Takes it Rough?
 
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He told BBC Scotland he copied his landing from one of the WWI flying ace's famous books.
He landed in a tree on purpose? FFS. Why didnt he copy his landing from one of any number of flying instructors famous books and land on the nice flat fairway? Muppet.
 
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Book five in the series is Biggles Learns To Fly.

It appears he'd only just started it.
 
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I never go flying without it
 

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mistersoft said:
A pilot whose light aircraft crashed into a tree on a Dundee golf course has attributed his lucky escape to his love of the "Biggles" adventure stories.
Would that be book seventy-four in the series, entitled Biggles Takes it Rough?
I liked the following trilogy within the series:

"Biggles Holds His Own"

"Biggles Holds Algy's"

The RAF Holds An Enquiry"

(That gag got me a ban from the BBC message boards for spreading messages of a homophobic/hate crime nature :x )
 

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