What do you do if you're flying through fog over an icy ocean, the nearest land is 200 miles away and your fuel gauges are hovering near zero? or you've been ordered to fly a dying native Indian to hospital but he's begging you to take him back to his beloved wilderness to die in peace? or you're marooned alone in minus 40 degree temperatures with a plane that won't fly, no radio, and the nearest help a thousand miles away? These are just a few of the problems that face the young Danny Bereza in his new job flying the 'Big Dipper Route' over the wilds of the Canadian north during the early days of the passenger Arctic routes. In this stunning book, a true story, we see the inexperienced pilot develop as a person through solving the problems he encounters, and we gain a unique insight into the life of those days, as well as experiencing through his eyes the beauties and dangers of the Arctic environment.
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