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Timothy R V Foster

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1938-2005




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Timothy R. V. Foster has written twenty-four instructional books, countless magazine articles and written, produced and directed many informational video programmes.

He has also created a multitude of corporate brochures and information packages for clients such as Mooney Aircraft, Piper Aircraft, Merrill Lynch, Paine Webber, Drexel Burnham Lambert, Jeffereys & Co., Chase Manhattan Bank, Campbell's Soup Company, Colgate-Palmolive Europe, The Wall Street Journal Europe, Booz-Allen Hamilton, World Insurance Network, Video Arts, Monarch Life Insurance, WCRS Advertising, Quest Media and Brussels International Airport Company among others.


He was born and educated in England, attending Lancing College. His first job was as office boy at Radio Luxembourg's London office, which he took at the age of 15.

In his early career, he worked for six years in Procter & Gamble of Canada's advertising department, most recently as a TV commercial producer.

He spent most of his adult life in North America.


"His credentials are impeccable."

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Many of Foster's 24 books have been translated into other languages, such as French, Spanish (Spain and Mexico), Portuguese, Russian, Polish, Chinese, Korean, Indonesian, Turkish and, yes, even Australian.

 


After leaving P&G he spent a year as a media supervisor at Cockfield-Brown in Toronto, then one of Canada's largest advertising agencies, working weekends as an instrument and multi-engine flying instructor and air-taxi pilot. This became a full-time job for the next three years, while he wrote his first three books, aviation training manuals, all self-published.


One of Foster's
favourite air taxis,
the Beech Baron
.

These were the Fostair Instrument Rating Course, the Fostair Airline Pilot Course and Fostair Pilot's Guide to Canada, the latter produced to celebrate Canada's centennial in 1967. 10,000 copies of the Instrument Course were sold, which is how many instrument-rated pilots there were in Canada, and the book became the standard text there.

Foster held an airline transport pilot licence, and accumulated over 4000 flying hours.

 

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