Redhill Aerodrome, some 10 miles north of London's Gatwick Airport, long has been known for its flying club, the ``Tiger Club,'' named after the De Havilland Tiger Moths flown by its founding members. Those halcyon days are long gone and despite its lack of a tarmac runway, it's home to Bristow Helicopters, one of the world's largest helicopter operators. This fleet provides worldwide air-lift support for the oil industry, flying men and equipment to some of the world's most ...

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