Malaysian LSA pilot continues to fly at 76

11/6/2013 | Star Publications (Malaysia)

Lee Chong Yen of Malaysia has been a light aircraft pilot for 50 years. At 76, he is the oldest light aircraft pilot in Malaysia but says, "I do not think about my age. It is just a number to me. I have a few more years to enjoy flying, then I will hang up my headset." He is also an assistant instructor for the Experimental Aircraft Association and says he enjoys teaching young people to fly.

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