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A retired BA Boeing 747 captain and experienced B737 pilot analyses the probable cause of the Lion Air and Ethiopian Airlines accidents, and the implications for aircraft certification | Words: Bob Grimstead

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'Putting a cover on my Wagon' - Fournier Resurrection Part 3: re-covering the fuselage | Words and photos: Bob Grimstead

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Part One of the story of one man's quest to build, test-fly and display the 400hp Model 12 'monster Pitts' | Words and photos: Peter Borchert

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Flight test: Robin DR401

Tuesday, June 11, 2019

Diesel v avgas - an aircraft with a fine pedigree just got better | Words & photos: Jean-Sebastien Seytre

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If you're looking for somewhere to get certified as a pilot or you just simply want to experience a certain helicopter, these are the places you should get in touch with

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Here's what's happening across Great Britain for all of you aviation lovers this June

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Every pilot needs to be properly kitted out when taking to the skies. Here are 6 great places where you can get your aviation gear, equipment and apparel

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Flight test: Questair Venture

Friday, May 31, 2019

Sunny side up - the 300mph 'egg' is not 'cheep' (geddit?) but it's a lot of fun | Words: Bob Davy - Photos: Keith Wilson

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Whether you want to train on fixed-wing or flex-wing microlights, these great flying schools and centres will be able to provide just what you need

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Now aged 81, after serving in the RAF and logging hours on 178 types, the former test pilot continues to fly light aircaft

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Part two: learning about woodwork repairs, applying new skills − and making a shocking discovery | Words & photos: Bob Grimstead

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If you're thinking about a career in commercial aviation then these top flight training schools and providers will be well worth your consideration

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Air-brained quiz XI

Wednesday, May 1, 2019

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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A bargain-basement eleven-seat piston twin with great load capacity and reasonable running costs | Words Bob Davy - Photos Keith Wilson

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Flight test: Schleicher AS-K14

Tuesday, April 16, 2019

A good motor glider offers the best of both worlds, and the AS-K14 is not just a good 'un but arguably one of the finest ever made | Words Dave Unwin Photos Keith Wilson

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Chinese city Zhengzhou hosts the world's largest gathering of pyrotechnic formation display teams | Words and photos: Keith Wilson

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Part one of an enforced DIY rebuild project that eventually brought satisfaction and pride | Words and photos: Bob Grimstead

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A pilot more used to traversing oceans in commercial jets sets out to cross the Atlantic in his first flight in command of a single-engine turboprop | Words & photos Sean Brown

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Some lessons are new − others should be remembered and heeded | Words by: Anon

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Pilot profile: George Walker

Friday, March 15, 2019

Serious illness derails a young pilot's career − but, with passion for flying undimned, he is determined to get his licence back | Words & photos: George Walker

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Flying has changed enormously over the last century with many of aviation's innovations - both successful and disastrous - being caught on camera. Here are 18 black and white videos that captured flying history

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Air Cadets used to reach for the sky in the T31/TX Mk.3 - and thousands went on to flying careers | Words Dave Unwin - Photos Keith Wilson

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Air-brained quiz X

Wednesday, February 27, 2019

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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Sometimes the seemingly impossible happens in aviation... and you just have to deal with it | By Anon

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The trip of a lifetime - Royal Aero Club Chairman David Monks flies a sixty-year-old Bristol Sycamore through London | Words: David Monks - Aerial Photos: Red Bull

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