Jim Davies : Captain
I'm afraid we have heard that Jim passed away on 27th February 2022 in Torbay A&E. Sadly just a few months after his wife Gill had passed. RIP Jim.

My thanks to Eddie Lord for passing on the news.

On the right a photo of Jim's 90th birthday flying lesson!.

Photo from Eddie Lord, with thanks.
Service details

The family held a private funeral as Jim wished, at East Devon Crematorium.
Jim Remembered

From Eddie Lord
I first flew with Jim as his co-pilot in 1979, on 1-11's and subsequently on the DC-10. My wife and I became good friends with Jim and Gill. Jim was a squadron leader in the RAF, a flying instructor, and a test pilot, consequently flying many different types in his career. Jim was extremely modest, and it was only recently I learnt of the full extent of his early flying career. Jim was a great friend who he will be missed by those who knew him and his close family, which he adored.

From Roger Warren:

From Fee Flee:
So very sorry Fly Free Jim

From Coreen Wilcox:
How sad. Rest in peace Gill and Jim

From Caron Phillips:
RIP and my sincere condolences to his family and friends

If you would like to leave a message in remembrance please drop me a line anytime at  BCalatribute@outlook.com

Condolences have also been extended by:

Dave Thaxter, Jim Will, Frances Taylor, Sue Jackson-Page, Riaz Butt, Tricia Riley, Kris Massie, Brian Graham, Lindsay Smith, Maria Shaw, Tina Harvey, Jackie Hebert Hayes, Jenny Thomas, Dave Surry, Biddi Geoghegan, Peter Durran, Brian Wassell, Liz Rogers, Pat Cresswell, Nick Washington-Jones, Graham Waters, David Williams, Christine Jegu, Sylvia Murphy,

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