The year is 1963. Captain Laurie (Harry) Harris, with only thirty minutes handling experience on type, flew an ancient DeHavilland Rapide aircraft from Biggin hill airfield in Kent, UK, to Cape Town in South Africa, then back to Biggin Hill - a distance of almost 17,000 miles. Fly with them down the Nile. Experience the trauma of engine failure over lion country. Travel the length of Lake Victoria at five hundred feet. You will be there in the tiny cabin for thousands of miles of nail-biting thrills.
Fasten your seat belts. It's going to be a bumpy ride!