Credit photo : France Blau Vaucluse
A young student in "Law" at the Fac of Avignon, Clarisse Beret, 23, is passionate about aviation.
It was following a meeting, during a flight in the North of France, that this young visually impaired woman became passionate about the ULM declared – on France Bleu Vaucluse recently to the journalist, David Bérard, who made the portrait of this young pilot.
Since then, in the Vaucluse, at the Aeroclub of Saint Didier on the outskirts of Carpentras, she met her instructor, Philippe Chiron, to whom, she has a "blind" confidence, she said during the report. "We are an incredible pair. We have developed a technique that allows me to really be the pilot on the handle of our Ultra Light Engine.
Good flight, Clarisse, we have no doubt that you will continue to progress and that you will not let anything go as for your university studies.
Listen to Clarisse Beret interviewed on France Bleu Vaucluse radio station :
Reférence : Vol de nuit, work by Antoine de Saint Exupéry, Gallimard 1931.