New book review: A Barnstormer Aviator

A Barnstormer Aviator by Nick Vuyosevich and Nina Anderson

I just completed another great book “A Brainstorm Aviator”. It is a story of an immigrant’s son in the 1930’s who had a love and passion for airplanes and learned how to fly and bought his first plane for $189.00. Don’t forget in the 1930’s most pilots didn’t know much about flying and ride in planes, so every time they made a mistake they had to learn from it or were lucky to survive. It is a book that brings the growth of aviation of the 1930’s in New Jersey to light. The story is written by Nick Vuyosevich by his first Born daughter Nina Anderson, ATP, FAA Master PIlot, who followed in her father’s footsteps and became the first female corporate pilot in New Jersey flying jets, as well has authored books on natural health and aviation. Are you an author or publisher and would like your book reviewed, message me for more information.

 

New Title: A Barnstormer Aviator

A Barnstormer Aviator. My personal journey to scarf and goggles flying in the 1930s Author: Nick Vuyosevich with Nina Anderson

ISBN 9781513637075 12.95  Click Here to Order

Living in the 1930s, with nary a nickel in his pocket an immigrant’s son learned to fly. This was Nick’s story written by him 50 years after that first solo.  Come back to the time when crashes were common,  navigation was “I follow roads”,  scarf and    goggles were standard pilot gear and barnstorming was the way to get folks out to the airport for a ride. Written by a pilot from the 1930s who tells his story of learning to fly in Clarence Chamberlin’s airplanes and becoming a barnstormer, who founded the Jersey City Flying Club, Clifton and Whippany airports. He tells his adventures in flying the Hisso Standard, Swallow two place with OX5 and Kinner engines, Waco, Great Lakes, along with the Consolidated Trainer, as well as the Curtiss Fledging, Eaglerock, and many other biplanes of the times.