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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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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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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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Tests hope to discover exactly what damage can occur in a mid-air collision, as number of reports of near-misses rise

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The sites affected are Winfrith, Bradwell and Harwell in England, Chapelcross in Scotland and Trawsfynydd in Wales

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The CAA, which no longer briefs pilots for conducting airworthiness check flights, has issued new guidance on the subject

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The increase in laser attacks on pilots and drones near-misses with aircraft at UK airports has prompted action by the British Airline Pilots’ Association (BALPA)

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Shocking footage from the heads-up display shows the moment a student pilot blacks out, causing his F-16 to nosedive at a terrifying rate

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On 22 August 2015, a Hawker Hunter crashed into a road when a display manoeuvre went horribly wrong, killing eleven bystanders

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Ten EU aviation associations claim that registering drones at the point of sale will make it easier to trace users

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Pilots with a National Private Pilot Licence (NPPL) or a UK Private Pilot Licence (PPL) can now self-declare their medical status on the CAA website

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New Air Navigation Order

Friday, August 26, 2016

The new Air Navigation Order (ANO) 2016 has come into force as of 25 August

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