Sun dried and 'butterfly filleted' in the Philippines, flying fish taste similar to a sardine. They are found in most oceans of the world which have warm water. A ray-finned fish with highly modified fins they can jump out of the water and 'glide' at up to 70 km per hour for nearly 1 minute. In Japan they are used for making Dashi fish stock. The French Exocet missile is named after them as are numerous fishmongers and restaurants world-wide including one in Cornwall UK . Not that Im aware that the waters around the UK are warm enough to support them. Maybe after global warming? but I think we would still have problems trying to sun dry them..