Flying anecdotes from South Africa’s pioneering aviator, Scully Levin
“For me and many others, there is simply nothing as exciting or rewarding as flying formation aerobatics…The camaraderie that exists among this band of brothers is tangible. It has to be, because success and excellence is always the goal and the consequences of failure cannot even be contemplated”. Scully Levin
Punching Holes in the Sky is a book of flying anecdotes from South Africa’s pioneering aviator Scully Levin and is now on sale. This long awaited collection of narratives from one of the most recognised commercial and aerobatic pilots includes highlights from his 47 years of airline flying and 37 years of air show flying.
Scully qualified as a pilot in the South African Air Force in 1964 and has since amassed over 29 700 hours of flying time on more than 180 different types of aircraft, a feat met by very few in the aviation industry globally. His achievements in aviation have long been recognised in South Africa and in 2012 he was awarded The Order of the Baobab in Bronze by the Presidency for his immense contribution to and achievement in aviation. He is also the sole winner thus far of SA Flyer Magazine’s “Lifetime Aviation Achievement Award” and last year received the Master Air Pilot Certificate in London, an award in recognition of long service and consistently high standards in one or more branches of professional flying.
Click here to order one of only 1 000 limited edition autographed copies.
The cost of the book is R300 and will be delivered to your nearest Postnet.