Arthur Williams: a former Royal Marine who learnt to fly after being paralysed in a car crash

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Arthur is a former Royal Marine who learnt to fly after being paralysed in a car crash. He learnt to fly through the disabled flying charity Aerobility and now flies his own adapted Piper Club aeroplane. Arthur is also a BAFTA-winning British television presenter. He covers sports events, including the Paralympics, and has worked on several specialist aviation documentaries.

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