About Dan Burton
Dan's flying interest started back on 2004. His main reason for learning to fly was being able to film, and take photographs.
Dan has flown in Korea,Lapland, Sweden,Norway,Finland,Greece,Italy,Germany, France, Zambia, Jordan, Iraq & Sierra Leone on filming assignments.
His biggest achievement is successfully completing the flight from Northern Russia to Eastern Europe across the Russian Tundra. This flight was done over 4 weeks & covered more than 2000km of remote flying.
Other flying achievement include, Lands End to John O' Groats in 2007, Offas Dyke and extensive flying above the Arctic Circle.
Expedition leader for Jordan 2018 PPG trip.
Fill the North Coat 500 route round in Scotland 2020.
He has also completed the USSR BMAA endurance 50hr flying race where he has won the race twice with pilot Richard Whitmarsh. He is an active long distant cross country pilots and has flown all over the UK. clocking up dozens of flights over 100- 200 miles.
An active trike pilots with a NPPL(M) licence & over 300hrs flying 3 types of trikes.
Since 2011 he has been the the UK dealer to Fresh Breeze Paramotor & Trikes
When he is not flying, he is an active diver, and underwater photographer & videographer for television.
About Stefan Fritz
Lives in Wraysbury near Heathrow, is 50 years old and is a commercially qualified skipper, marine surveyor and engineer. He is joint owner of ‘Lady of Avenel’ and has been sailing boats and tall ships around Britain and Northern Europe for nearly twenty years. He has a particularly good knowledge of the Western Isles of Scotland.
Stefan has run, owned or been involved with boat building and repair businesses for many years and was part of the team who re-rigged the restored ‘Cutty Sark’.
He is a keen runner, open water swimmer, cyclist, arctic dogsledder, a skier and more recently bought a flying machine. Diving brought him to Scotland first but since then he has been running, swimming and flying around the West Coast for over 20 years. He has worked on Dutch charter barge based at Crinan from where he explored the inner Hebrides. More recently his trips have taken him to the outer Hebrides and St Kilda.