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Air-brained quiz III

Wednesday, April 18, 2018

How air-brained are you? Test your general aviation knowledge on matters including safety, history, training or anything related to flying! Compiled by James Allan

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Flight test: Piper Meridian

Thursday, April 12, 2018

The dream of touring in a turboprop of one’s own is not so far-fetched as it may seem. Words Colin Goodwin and photos Philip Whiteman

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An enjoyable day out helping a friend turned into a dash for home before full dark, with avoidable consequences. By James Allan

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Flight test: Eurofly Minifox

Thursday, March 22, 2018

The Eurofly Minifox is an inexpensive single-seat aircraft that puts the pleasure back into flying — What’s not to like? Words Dave Unwin, photos Keith Wilson

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Seeking to become a commercial pilot can be a calculated risk – especially if you take the modular route – so what are the current employment prospects like? We asked some of the leading professional flight training providers for their views and tips. Compiled by Judith Austin

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Signing up to learn all the get-out-of-trouble tricks they don’t teach in flying school. Words Kat Thurston Tiefenthal

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Owner report: Curtiss P-40 Warhawk

Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Custodian and enthusiastic pilot Peter Teichman paints the picture of acquiring, operating and restoring Hangar 11’s Curtiss P-40, now with a new owner in the USA

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Consultations launched by Osprey CSL on behalf of RAF Brize Norton and London-Oxford Airport outline what could represent one of the most devastating blows to light aviation ever seen in the already congested airspace of southern England

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Advice for inhibiting and storing an aircraft that remains inactive during the winter months. Words Bob Grimstead

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Fighting fires from the air is an extreme form of aviation – and not for the faint-hearted. By F George Johnson CS

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Air-brained quiz II

Thursday, February 8, 2018

How air-brained are you? Test your general aviation knowledge on matters including safety, history, training or anything related to flying!

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Old Timers: Hurricanes to the fore

Wednesday, January 31, 2018

We round up where vintage aircraft have been appearing this year. Words by Peter R March with a little help from Pilot Magazine readers

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ILAFFT: Microlight contingency planning

Wednesday, January 24, 2018

You can’t plan for all contingencies but recognising that things often take longer than planned is a good place to start. By Ray Wilkinson

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Air-brained quiz I

Friday, January 12, 2018

How air-brained are you? Test your general aviation knowledge on matters including safety, history, training or anything related to flying!

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Having mastered the Mk VIII Spitfire, Maxi has a date with Flying Legends at IWM Duxford, and meets original ATA ferry pilot, Mary Ellis. Words Maxi Gainza, Photos John Dibbs

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ILAFFT: Bermuda ghost ship

Thursday, December 21, 2017

What you see is not always what you get - especially when you’re flying straight through the notorious Bermuda Triangle. By Colin Arkle

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The infinitely versatile ‘flying Land Rover’ handles more like a light single than a feeder-liner and freight-hauler. Words by Dave Unwin and photos from Jamie Hunter via Britten-Norman

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Part one: reflecting on the first flight in an almost completely original Mk VIII. Words by Maxi Gainza and photos by John Dibbs

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Fifty years of the Taylor Titch

Thursday, November 16, 2017

In the year that Pilot magazine appeared John Taylor made the first flight of his new design, the Titch. His son, Terry tells the story of the aircraft

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David Hastings MBE has fond recollections of club pilots flying Ken Wallis’s early autogyros in the 1960s

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Celebrating 50 years of Pilot

Thursday, November 2, 2017

For half a century Pilot has been Britain’s best-selling GA magazine - to honour this incredible achievement we look back at what has adorned the cover over the past 50 years

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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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There are a few sights more unsettling than that of an abandoned airfield or a hangar after dark, places that were often subject to events of considerable historic trauma or sadness. Here are 5 of the UK’s most supernaturally active airfields.

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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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Old Timers: Memorable Legends at Duxford

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Annual Flying Legends Air Display at Duxford provides outstanding flying nostalgia and two remarkable incidents to P-51 Mustangs. Words and photos by Peter R March

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