Flying non-powered aircraft is the greatest challenge

09/6/2013 | China Daily (Beijing)

Zhang Chang-yi has been a pilot in China for more than 26 years, and he started what was perhaps the country's first flying club in the late 1980s. He writes that flying non-powered aircraft is the greatest challenge in aviation because it requires greater skill. "I think the joy to be gained from aviation is far greater than the dangers that some people are concerned about," he writes.

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