|Mosquito Squadron (2002)||(Manual)|
|Train Sim Activity Pack (2001)||(English Version Editing)|
|Battle over Europe (2004)||(Manual)|
|Decisive Battles of WWII Vol 2: Korsun Pocket (2003)||(Manual Edit)|
|Captain Speaking 2002 (2002)||(Manual)|
|Operation Barbarossa (2002)||(Manual)|
|World Airports (2002)||(Manual Edition)|
|Battle of Britain: Memorial Flight (2001)||(Manual Editing)|
|"Captain Speaking" (2001)||(Manual)|
|Harrier Jump Jet (2001)||(Manual Editing)|
|Airport 2000: Volume 2 (2000)||(Manual)|
|Mr Bean's Wacky World (2009)||(Special thanks)|
Dermot Stapleton has been employed by Just Flight since 2000, and in 2009 he is the company's Managing Director.
He studied geography at Hull University, and then worked for the Royal Geographical Society in various roles including Researcher and Editorial Assistant on the prestigious Geographical Journal. He also studied Egyptology while working at the society and became their unofficial expert on the subject. He left the RGS to pursue a career in the courier industry and rose to become general manager of the UK's largest service company.
As well as a busy career, Dermot has also found time to carry on writing and was a regular contributor for BBC Radio, which included performing and writing on the Radio 1 Roadshow.
Having contributed to the very first issues of PC Pilot magazine, Dermot took over as Managing Editor and remained in the left-hand seat until the magazine was sold to Key Publishing in 2006. He has also been working on a book about the RAF in WWII for many years.
Last updated: Sep 23, 2009