“Microlight Pilot’s Handbook” by Brian Cosgrove, reviewed by Mark Attwood
By Mark Attwood | Flying
What words describe this book? Definitive? Superlative?
Brian Cosgrove is not someone I had the pleasure of meeting (he passed away last year aged 84), but you can simply do nothing but bow down before him as a true aviation pioneer and legend. One cannot underestimate what it takes to have lived through the early years of the development of the microlight and to develop a book of this stature.
His flying career is incredible, daunting, inspiring. Anyone thinking about learning to fly microlights simply has to read this “Cossy”.