Flying Across Britain with Arthur Williams

South East England

E2    Aug 11, 2018    60m
In the second episode, Arthur is in the South East, plotting a path around London airspace, where, 'One wrong move here, and you can land yourself in a lot of trouble'. Over the Isle of Sheppey, on the North Kent coast, he locates clearer skies and visits the spot where British aviation first got off the ground in 1909. Later, Arthur follows the M25 from 1000 feet, before dropping in on the vast Cardington Sheds, home to the biggest aircraft in the world. He also visits Biggin Hill and takes a Spitfire out for a spin, high above the Kent countryside.

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