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Flight Tests

Flight test: the versatile Taylor Titch

Thursday, November 16, 2017

To go with our feature on the Taylor Titch’s creation 50 years ago, Trevor Jarvis describes what it’s like to fly

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Flight test: Cessna TTx

Friday, October 20, 2017

Descended from Lancair’s Columbia, and previously known as the Cessna 400, there’s no confusion about the handling and range capabilities of this speedy machine. Words Dave Unwin, Photos Cessna

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Motoring journalist, RV builder and pilot Colin Goodwin relishes the chance to fly the Folland Gnat, former RAF trainer and first Red Arrows’ mount.

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Flight test: Slingsby T61 Venture T2

Friday, September 8, 2017

Familiar to ATC members, the Venture certainly teaches basic training and airmanship skills but is stuck somewhere between glider and aeroplane. Words Dave Unwin Photos Keith Wilson

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Just three owners in eighty years have all cherished this Swallow, which Pilot already called a ‘great antique’ back in 1973

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An appreciation of ‘the world’s most popular entry-level light jet’ which, after twelve years of production gives way only to another Cessna light jet, the M2

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The sole Bulldog 200 lives on as an example of how a four-seat tourer should handle, if not how it should be built and marketed

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Yak-lookalike it may be, but the Nanchang is a home-grown communist Chinese original with fine handling and excellent aerobatic capabilities

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In a sleek, economical microlight that performs more like a thoroughbred certified aeroplane

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The elegant Piper Comanche still impresses today, especially after a splendid refurbishment. Words by Dave Unwin. Photos Keith Wilson

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Flying this iconic aircraft is a challenge, in terms of preparation, operation and landing — but what a joy!

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Flight Test: G5 Cirrus SR22T

Monday, January 23, 2017

Increased load capacity, enhanced performance, fantastic handling and advanced navigation aids make the ‘fifth-generation’ SR22 the best SEP tourer we’ve seen — full stop. Dave Unwin explains why (Photos by Keith Wilson)

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Flight Test: Yak-50

Friday, January 13, 2017

Taming and displaying the Russian bear has been a challenge and a dream come true (but don’t tell my little Pitts!)

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Flight Test: Bell 407GXP

Thursday, January 5, 2017

This refined seven-seater has the load-carrying capacity, speed and comfort to shake up the helicopter market

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Intermediate aerobatic trainer with classic lines

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Flight Test: World War I Bristol F2b Fighter

Wednesday, December 14, 2016

At the controls of the type that in WWI rewrote the rules — the original multi-role combat aircraft

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Flight Test: RANS S-20 Raven

Tuesday, December 13, 2016

Whether as a taildragger or ‘nosewheeler’, the Raven would be one to look out for if it were accepted by EASA

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Flight Test: Autogyro Cavalon

Wednesday, December 7, 2016

If you fancy the look and feel of a Robinson R22 but at a fraction of the price — and running costs — try the Cavalon

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Flight Test: Cessna 172 amphibian

Friday, December 2, 2016

Flying or fishing, operating from land or water, an amphibian conversion makes the C172 into a flexible, fun machine

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Flight Test: Scottish Aviation Bulldog

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

A British classic full of character and a pleasure to fly

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