Graham's civil interests had not been forgotten - nor neglected - for such was the reputation already established by GMS Enterprises, in 1989 he was retained by the Managing Director of UK independent airline Dan-Air Services to research, write and produce the history of the company and it's associates in time for their 40th Anniversary.
This finally emerged as 'The Spirit of Dan-Air', a 256 page hardback that contained our first home-produced colour pages... What was almost as nice was the fact that the book sold out the entire 4,500 copy print run in under eighteen months! Further copies were produced in 2000 in order to satisfy a continuing market!
Out of 'The Spirit of Dan-Air' evolved the Dan-Air Staff Association for which Graham was appointed lifetime historian and Editor of 'Flightline Revisited.' the Associations journal.
Hard on the heels of that book came the follow-up - 'Colours in the Sky' the story of Bill Armstrong's Autair International and its successor, Court Line Aviation. This also brought ex-employees together into an Association.
The next title in the airline series came with reciept of a commission from former members of the airline board to tell the story of the rise and spectacular demise of Air Europe with 'It was nice to fly with friends'.