Here are eight of Nina's amusing articles that have appeared in Pilot magazine (London) over the years:
Some Strange Foreign Customs While there are good guys in Customs and Immigration, there are also a few heavies out to cause distress for no apparent reason except their own sick pleasure.
By Rallye from Southern France to Denmark The story as far as Frankfurt: mountains, mistral, firing in the airway,and a modest contre-temps with a controller.
A Trip to Greece and Turkey (in 1974) Controllers' English may be a bit thick, and they'll want the landing fee paid in their own currency; but in general facilities for private flying in Southern Europe are friendly, helpful, and quite efficient.
The English Pilot Abroad Does Britannia waive the rules? Maybe; but not even a French pilot could cross France VFR and obey all the rules and regs.
Flying in Germany If you have ze Deutschmarks, und obey ze rules, und have gut weather, you vill be enjoying it.
Keeping Legal Nina Galen, fighting severe turbulence and bureaucracy to keep herself and plane legal and licensed.
Flying to Prague The food is excellent, and foreign pilots are very welcome.
Touring Tunisia Come to the Casbah for some winter sunshine with Nina Galen.
You Can't Fly Home again . . . not even to France. Nina tries a flying visit to France after seven years away from flying in Europe, and has her problems.