Eugenio Facci puts his skills to the test in this new flying simulator series. This month, he mans a Cessna 172SP with elevator failure!
Intrepid pilot, Perry Harris, takes his 1955 Jodel D112 to the EAS fly-in at Langenthal, Switzerland
A thoroughly researched hardback book: Merlin – the power behind the Spitfire, Mosquito and Lancaster by Graham Hoyland
Despite our rich aviation history, only a handful of light aircraft are made in the UK; how can this be? Tim Cooper investigates
An extensively & beautifully illustrated book telling the story of the Mission Aviation Fellowship’s history & activities
Bob Grimstead continues his recovery of the Fournier RF6B by reflecting on its chequered history and transporting it home...
Dave Unwin: “I thought the Nynja a great little aircraft that offers outstanding value for money”
The magic of winter flying - landing on mountain sides & frozen lakes, soaring over snow covered fields in your own winter wonderland
Dave Unwin only managed a few minutes of his test flight in the Sea Fury, but it was long enough to confirm his love for this fighter
Five essential pieces of GA technology and software, designed to make life easier and more efficient for pilots
Covid-19 has hit the commercial aviation business exceptionally hard - 9 professional pilots tell their stories...
Our serial Fournier rebuilder and enthusiast finds his perfect aerobatic two-seater - or so it seems...
If it had claws, you could land it on a fence post! Originally designed with safety as the primary goal, the Helio H-295 Super Courier offers fabled STOL performance
A round-up of five fabulous insurance & finance companies specialising in general aviation
From pilot autobiographies, to historical tales of derring-do, to a delightfully silly cartoon book great for kids & adult aviation enthusiasts alike; check out these 5 flying books to beat your lockdown boredom!
Global expat insurance giant, Regency for Expats, has developed a new private health cover specifically for pilots
Editor Philip Whiteman offers a personal selection of classic books for the (still) isolated aviator to while away lockdown; pilots, we’ve got your back!
Three tales show a common feature in dealing with the CAA: you’re presumed to be a liar and cheat at every stage in the process
Our assistant editor Eugenio Facci flies the world’s first certified electric aircraft - the Velis Electro, manufactured by Pipistrel
With reduced noise, a low carbon footprint and electrical ‘fuel’ costing just £1/hour, the Velis Electro will usher in a new era of flight training
Philip Whiteman bares his teeth during an encounter with an academic, following the issue by his university of what Pilot thought was an inflammatory press release
The Velis Electro has an electrical “fuel” cost of £1 per hour; Pilot’s Assistant Editor Eugenio Facci flies the world’s first certified electric aircraft!
These 6 great groundschools cover the important certifications you need to become a qualified pilot in the UK, including the PPL, ATPL & FRTOL
Representatives from a selection of Approved Training Organisations look forward to the future of Commercial Air Travel and prospects for professional pilots after the Covid 19 pandemic
Thanks to brilliant technical innovation, a newly-established French company is poised to make the small aircraft turboprop a reality. Mario Boric reports...