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The first mission to the edge of space is scheduled for 2018

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‘These enhancements will not only improve pilot workload, they will enhance the overall flight experience’

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Like it or not 2017 is going to be the year of making the transition to 8.33kHz radios. Pilot editor Philip Whiteman asks avionics specialists and manufacturers what this means for you

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Cirrus launches the new G6 model

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Cirrus Aircraft welcomed the New Year by introducing the G6, ‘the smartest, safest and most advanced model ever’ of its SR20/22 series

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Now, Christmas may be over and everyone is looking ahead to a great year, but we just had to share this fantastic message sent over the festive period

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February issue on sale now!

Friday, January 6, 2017

Philip Whiteman has plenty of time for a good flying read while grounded - until his Cub’s magnetos get seen to

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Matthias Dolderer is looking to retain the championship, while Matt Hall hopes to go one better than the previous two years

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When he lost his leg after a motorcycle accident, Alan Robinson though he would never be a pilot

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Aerobatics pilot Walter Extra beat the previous time by over a minute in his Extra 330LE

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Boom unveils XB-1 supersonic demonstrator

Thursday, December 15, 2016

There’s a ‘Baby Boom’ on the way, but it’s nothing to do with a rising birth rate

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The Imperial War Museum is planning a ‘festival of flying’ in 2017 to mark the centenary

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Tecnam reveals upgraded P2002 Sierra

Wednesday, December 7, 2016

The MkII, with an improved cabin and state-of-the-art avionics, will be displayed in Florida in January 2017

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The agreement between the UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) and Light Aircraft Association (LAA) has been described as ‘good for pilots and good for GA’

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Operating a drone is not just a matter of how to fly it safely, but where. With reports of near misses increasing, more monitoring is needed

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The best aviation movie in years

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Swiss daredevil Yves Rossy is at it again with another spectacular feat of planning and coordination

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Are you expecting a drone in your stocking this Christmas? There is a set of rules and guidelines to remember before you get started

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It is the first time night flying will be carried out at the Wiltshire airfield in 30 years

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To celebrate the cinema release of SULLY: MIRACLE ON THE HUDSON, we’ve got three high-flying merchandise packs to give away!

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All crews taking part in the 8,000-mile voyage from Crete to Cape Town are being kept by authorities at an Ethiopian airport

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Lockheed Martin is completing preliminary design of a ‘low-boom’ flight demonstrator as part of NASA’s Quiet Supersonic Transport (QueSST) project

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TAXI! And no need to tip the driver

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The winner is a Russian Orthodox priest who has climbed Everest twice, rowed across the Atlantic and Pacific, sailed around the world, made it to both Poles and only took up ballooning two years ago

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Organisers hope next year’s ‘Battlefield Support’ themed show will attract 60,000 visitors, making it ‘bigger and better than ever before’

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If your dream is to become an airline pilot, then go along to Airways Aviation Academy Oxford

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Vintage aircraft of the 1920s and 30s set off from Sitia on 12 November in the first leg of the Crete2Cape Vintage Air Rally, from where they will route across Africa to Cape Town

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Piper M350 receives EASA certification

Thursday, November 10, 2016

The only piston-engine aircraft with a pressurised cabin will be available for a little under £1 million

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Winners will have the chance to win flying hours to go towards a LAPL or PPL

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The deafening boom over Norwich sounded like a bomb, rattled window frames in thousands of homes and it was reported to cause horses and cows to stampede

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In 2012, White Waltham-based Stuart Grier set himself a personal challenge to visit as many airfields as possible within an hour’s flying time of his home base

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