In his new memoir, “The Story of a Canadian in Aviation: From 1934 to 2009,” Dick Chapman chronicles his 35 years in aviation.
In the memoir, published by Trafford Publishing, Chapman chronicles his love for flying and the importance of following your dreams.
Chapman fell in love with aircraft at an early age, and for 35 years that was his life’s work. In this memoir, Chapman narrates the story of his life – from growing up in Ontario, his service with the Royal Canadian Air Force, his love affair with aircraft, his second career as an AutoCAD expert, his marriage and his children.
Accented with an array of photos, “The Story of a Canadian in Aviation” brings readers into the inner world of flight. Chapman regales readers with stories of flying jet fighters, Cessna 150s and 747s. Having logged more than 600 flight hours with his private pilot license, Chapman has stories to tell. His travels have taken him to far-flung locations in California, Scotland, Hong Kong, Japan, the Caribbean, Europe and almost every city in Canada that has an airport.
For more information: Trafford.com