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Trig is delighted to announce that the TN72 GPS Position Source now has EASA minor change approval and it can now be installed in EASA-certified aircraft covered by the approval

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At the Air League’s Annual Reception, held at St James’s Palace on 6 June, Pilot magazine was presented with a framed address celebrating fifty years of publication

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Extended scope of training and self-fly hire to be allowed in UK National Permit to Fly aircraft

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The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) is currently contracted to administer radio licences for UK aircraft and ground stations on behalf of Ofcom. Ofcom has decided that in future it will issue aeronautical radio licences itself.

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Nick Bloom visits Redhill near Gatwick to meet the staff and visitors at this up and coming airfield that is not as daunting as it might appear, given its location.

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Diamond Aircraft Industries GmbH has delivered the first DA62 MPP special mission aircraft. Launch customer for the latest MPP generation is DEA Specialised Airborne Operations based at Gamston Airport, UK, a full service provider of airborne sensing solutions

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Two men, aged 61 and 42, died when their Magnus eFusion electric aircraft crashed on Thursday in a field close to a road in Pogany, Hungary

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Honda’s newest state-of-the-Art, environmentally responsible aircraft features increased range, updated avionics suite and enhanced cabin amenities

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2018 is the fifth year of The Worshipful Company of Coachmakers and Coach Harness Makers scholarship in memory of Sir Geoffrey de Havilland and applications close on July 1

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The UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has opened a new funding period to assist general aviation pilots who still need to buy an 8.33 kHz radio for their aircraft

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Major events require a major security operation, and the recent Royal Wedding was one of the biggest operations in recent times

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The sunny weather last week saw the new Helipad on Isle of Arran’s brewery in action for the first time with visitors arriving by helicopter for a brewery tour

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The new price reduces the cost of fuel by 17 pence per litre from that offered throughout 2017, and represents a significant saving for residents and visitors alike

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Helicentre Aviation Academy has opened its 2019 UK EASA Professional Helicopter Pilot Scholarship Programme and is now accepting applications for the Commercial Pilot’s Licence and Flight Instructor Certificate

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Training at Helicentre Aviation

Friday, May 18, 2018

Helicentre Aviation is based in Leicester and Winter Haven in Florida offering professional pilot training courses to get your career off to a flying start

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In July 2017 Dave McCarthy completed a mammoth 500 km flight in the skies above Wales – that’s not even the furthest flight that these gliders can complete

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Two years worth of discussions with a major third party has led, this month, to a very significant development that will aid BLOODHOUND’s ability to raise funds and set up an attempt in October or November 2019

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The Defence Minister, The Rt Hon Tobias Ellwood MP, has pledged to look again at the military aerodromes being disposed as part of the Ministry of Defence estate modernisation programme

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Skyhawks to China

Friday, May 11, 2018

At April’s Asian Business Aviation Conference and Exhibition in Shanghai Textron announced orders from Chinese customers for 52 Cessna Skyhawks, all to be delivered this year

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Enjoying record high temperatures for May and some of the best flying weather so far this year, last weekend’s Microlight Fair left traders and customers basking in a warm glow

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The online user portal launched in January by NATS promises to make it easier to cross controlled airspace. We put it to the test. Words by Colin Goodwin, photos by Philip Whiteman

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Brooklands Museum in Surrey, the most prolific aviation manufacturing site in Europe and site of the world’s first purpose-built motor racing circuit, has been announced as a finalist for Art Fund Museum of the Year 2018, the biggest museum prize in the world

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In its formal decision (CAP 164) published late in April the CAA’s Safety and Airspace Regulation Group declared that it had decided not to approve Exeter and Devon Airport’s ACP

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Midlands-Based ATO (Approved Training Organisation) Helicentre Aviation Academy has announced the launch of a brand new two-day EASA Helicopter Flight Instructor refresher seminar, the first of which is due to take place on 23rd and 24th May 2018

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The all-new two-seat tandem gyroplane type received Design Approval from the UK CAA for UK operations on 18th April 2018

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Europe’s most popular flying software wins UK’s most prestigious business award

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Europa Aircraft is celebrating its silver jubilee, 25 years after the flight of the first production aircraft and the company has launched a range of 25 Anniversary limited edition merchandise to mark the occasion

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Piper Aircraft Inc. announced today its aircraft sales and delivery results for the first quarter of 2018, ending March 31

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Will Hosie was upside down for 11 minutes and 30 seconds and has raised £3,700 for Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital

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Patrick Ky was unanimously re-elected by EASA’s management board and will now serve a second term of five years

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