"Black Aeroplane" is a thrilling story written by acclaimed author Frederick Forsyth. The story revolves around an experienced pilot flying an old Dakota plane from France back to England. The pilot is excited to be returning home to his family and looks forward to a hearty English breakfast. However, he soon encounters a severe storm with massive black clouds blocking his path.
Despite the danger, the pilot decides to push through the storm, but he soon realizes that he is lost. He has no working compass or radio, and he can't see anything outside the plane. As he struggles to navigate, he spots a mysterious black plane flying nearby without any lights. The pilot of the black plane motions for him to follow and leads him through the storm.
After half an hour of following the black plane, the pilot sees a runway with lights in the distance, and he lands the Dakota safely. When he inquires about the mysterious black plane's pilot, the air traffic control staff tells him that he was the only plane flying in the area during the storm, and there was no record of any other planes on the radar.
The story's suspenseful and mysterious elements make it a thrilling read. The pilot's experience and the unexpected twist at the end keep the readers engaged till the very end. The author has crafted a well-written and captivating tale that showcases his storytelling prowess.