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The clouds are low and a cold gray mist has enveloped the hills around Wellesbourne aerodrome. Damp tendrils work their way around trees as a thin splatter of rain marks the helicopter with tiny baubles. It is, says entrepreneur and sometime helicopter pilot, Denys Shortt, a bad, dangerous, day for flying.
He gives the helicopter a last, gentle pat on the tail and we head into the steady safe ground of the Heli-Air hut, where we are kindly lent an office.
With plans duly abandoned for an inflight interview, the founder of DCS Europe sits down and tells me about how he set up what has become one of the most successful Midlands start-ups of recent years.
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