Flight Design has had its CTLS SE and the CTLSi SE light sport aircraft fully certified by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA)
Editor Philip Whiteman provides a lockdown update for General Aviation, including advice on whether you can go leisure flying and continue with flight training
With the end of the Brexit transition period on 31 December 2020 and the new agreement between the EU and the UK taking effect, several changes have started to affect the aviation sector
Snowdonia Aerospace has launched a public consultation on a proposed change to the airspace designation around Llanbedr Airfield
The ‘Take Off’ scheme 2020 managed to get 2 students to complete their 10-hour training syllabus over the October school break, despite covid!
Boeing has announced that Ryanair, Europe’s largest airline, has placed a firm order for 75 additional 737 MAX jetliners
No GA leisure flying is permitted during lockdown, but some essential activities are allowed to continue...
The EcoPulse distributed propulsion hybrid aircraft has successfully passed its preliminary design review
The King Air 260 cockpit features the ‘ThrustSense’ Autothrottle, a digital pressurization controller and the Collins Aerospace Multi-Scan
The Energic Flight Trainer made by Czech manufacturer Bristell is powered by a 100kW H55 electric powertrain