Sami Mäkeläinen

FLY! in short, is a brilliant piece of work.  Never before has a book front- and back cover undersold the contents as much; usually the opposite happens. FLY! is an awesome, concise work better described as a “Thorough guide to life, leadership and teamwork – complete with handy checklists”. Highly recommended Sami Mäkeläinen Technology Insights Principal Strategy… Read More Sami Mäkeläinen

 Marion Carroll

What a magnificent book!  –  giving life lessons on how to approach, not only the most technical aspects of leading in an aircraft or industry, but in every path of life, including family dynamics and relationships, while most importantly giving practical knowledge on how to practice resilience both personally and corporately. Richard doesn’t shy away… Read More  Marion Carroll

Valeriya Mordvinova

Hello Richard and Coral,   Last weekend I finished reading “FLY!” and absolutely loved it! I took my time to read and absorb the information, but I would have gladly read the other 100,000 words that got cut out during editing. The amount of research that went into it is incredible, very impressive! I will… Read More Valeriya Mordvinova

Peter Macbeth

Thank you for your book ‘FLY!’. FLY! is an inspirational book.  It  taught me much at a personal level, affirmed many of my existing beliefs, and provided me with much guidance in terms of the work that I engage in with my Principal and school leadership colleagues.  The chapters on Leadership and also on PTSD are… Read More Peter Macbeth

Marion Carroll (passenger on QF32)

What a magnificent book!  –  giving life lessons on how to approach, not only the most technical aspects of leading in an aircraft or industry, but in every path of life, including family dynamics and relationships, while most importantly giving practical knowledge on how to practice resilience both personally and corporately. Richard doesn’t shy away… Read More Marion Carroll (passenger on QF32)

Mark Holmes – Human Factors Student

Fly! is a great summation of all I have learned in my Masters of Human Factors degree. Richard takes the complex academic theorem I have studied and applies it easily to everyday personal and professional life with ease.

Mark Holmes – Nurse, Midwife & Human Factors Educator.

I am a human factors, crew resource management and Non Technical Skills practitioner working in Aeromedical operations. This work intimately combines two high risk industries- healthcare and aviation. I will be recommending Fly! to all my pilots, nurses, midwives, doctors, engineers, ground and administration crew!