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An online petition launched by Pilot magazine is rapidly gathering signatures with the aim of instigating a debate in Parliament on the status of airfields and the ability of developers to close them to aviation use.

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The CAA swiftly responded to the tragic events at the Shoreham air show with a ruling on the nature of displays and the aircraft taking part.

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A Royal Navy Sea King search and rescue crew in action

As sixty years of the Royal Navy and Royal Air Force search and rescue crew’s daring exploits in emergency life-saving and helping those in distress come to an end, their heroism has been recognised by the Honourable Company of Air Pilots.

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The Heli Air ATPL (H) graduates from left to right: Jim Sivyer, Adam Donaldson, Ed Hardcastle and George Graham.

Heli Air, the UK’s largest light helicopter company, has seen the first set of students graduate from its ATPL (H)/IR ground school training at Wycombe Air Park.

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Earlier this week the Light Aircraft Association (LAA) issued a press release confirming that the trapped aircraft would be allowed to take off on Friday 28 August, which it did successfully, waved off by a crowd of well-wishers and after local press interviews.

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Tue, 11:30
The Great Circle and University of Central Lancashire UAV training

Flight training company, The Great Circle, based in Harrogate, North Yorkshire, and Heathrow, has been granted official National Qualified Entity status by the CAA, which enables it to offer Commercial UAS training courses for those who have an interest in setting up a business using UAVs for aerial photography, filming, surveying, 3D modelling, etc.

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Mon, 10:10

After Pilot magazine highlighted the potential consequences to general aviation of the proposal in the Chancellor’s summer budget statement to allow automatic planning permission to be granted for housing developments on designated brownfield sites, a fresh initiative to remove airfields from the classification is underway.

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2007 Cirrus SR22 Turbo GTS

Differences training available, small non equity group. £ 180 per month

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1958 C 182A

Well used but strong Aircraft. All logs available. On N Reg.

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Hangared Headcorn (1 hr from Charing X), £8,750

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Tue, 09:34

A rare opportunity to own a share in this fantastic aircraft for £21,500

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Thursday, August 13, 2015
PA28-140 share

£950 and managed by an established, friendly and well-organised group

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Glenforsa UK Sept 12

What there is to enjoy in the world of aviation over the next month.

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Mon, 10:43

Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 August will see Dunsfold Park near Guildford in Surrey come alive to the roar of engines for the 2015 demonstration of flying and supercars.

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Monday, August 17, 2015
Matt Hall of Austrailia, Red Bull Air Race World Championship 2015 © Joerg Mitter

Following last year’s success, 40,000 spectators gathered at Ascot to watch the world’s fastest motorsport series; the Red Bull Air Race World Championship, for the second year running. The race witnessed triumph for Great Britain once again, with Paul Bonhomme snatching first place with a spectacular 1.06.416 seconds on the clock. If you missed all of the action, here’s some photographs and videos from the sensational World Championship 2015.

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Thursday, August 13, 2015
The Sopwith Snipe arriving at Stow Maries in time for the August 15/16 Fly In  ©  David Davies

Stow Maries Great War Aerodrome is hosting the WW1 Aviation Heritage Trust (WAHT) Fly In weekend on Saturday 15th & Sunday 16th August.

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Friday, August 7, 2015
A wonderful mixture of aircraft, music and picnics at Shuttleworth's Flying Proms

Saturday 15 August 2015 at Old Warden Aerodrome, nr Biggleswade, Bedfordshire SG18 9EP

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