Mr. OgiIvy’s flight from Camber Sands, 1911 flying a Wright Biplane
In 1911 Alec Ogilvie stayed in Rye and flew his aircraft, a Wright Brothers Biplane, powered by an N.E.C. Short engine.
He was attempting to win the coveted Michelin Cup, put up by the tyre company for the longest flight. Continue reading Reach for the Sky Over Rye