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UK airfields and associated businesses can now apply for access to a Government-funded advisory service aimed at supporting future airfield development

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Your chance to WIN a 45-minute flight in the iconic Spitfire with the British Aerobatics Spitfire raffle for just £20 per ticket

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24-year-old David Curtis from Northumberland will use the scholarship to gain the necessary skills required to fly the Evans VP1 Volksplane he is restoring

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Stuart became General Director and then Chief Executive of MAF in the mid-1970s, retiring in 1987 but remaining deeply involved right up to his passing

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HAV’s Airlander 10 is part of one of the ‘research streams’ that aim to decarbonise aviation and should fly with 90% fewer emissions

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The number of TBMs produced since Daher’s acquisition of this product line 10 years ago has surpassed the total built throughout the program’s previous history

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Testing was conducted on the company’s ‘ionBird’ test airframe. Rolls-Royce claims the aircraft will be capable of reaching speeds of over 300mph

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An IAI-produced Heron unmanned aerial system (UAS) made history as the first UAS to land at an international airport...

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When the Hawaii Bird flies on Maui, it will be the first time a hybrid-electric powered aircraft has flown under an FAA ‘market survey’ Experimental aircraft certificate in order to gain real-world flight experience

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Based on the Merlin - a popular single-seat plane - the Merlin Lite has a smaller engine, 50-degree Fowler Flaps and tundra tyres to make it an ultralight bush aircraft...

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The annual Worshipful Company of Coachmakers and Coach Harness Makers Sir Geoffrey de Havilland Flying Scholarship has been awarded to Graduate Avionics Engineer Nicola Temple

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The Israeli company Urban Aeronautics has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with US-based Hatzolah Air to develop, produce, and market its CityHawk aircraft for emergency medical service (EMS) applications

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UK air traffic service provider, NATS, is putting acres of land at sites across the country up for sale as part of its response to the COVID-19 crisis

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Redhill aerodrome has applied to alter its taxiway, as a contentious debate with several stakeholders regarding the airport continues

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Breakspear died suddenly while on holiday at the end of August

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The management of Old Sarum Airfield have started legal proceedings against Wiltshire County Council for breach of contract over airfield development plans

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Slovenian manufacturer Pipistrel, which received in June the first certification ever for an all electric aircraft, is now taking orders for yet another visionary project, a hybrid power plant, unmanned eVTOL cargo aircraft

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The 1,000th TBM very fast turboprop aircraft has rolled out from Daher’s Tarbes, France, final assembly line, with this milestone airplane – a top-of-the-line TBM 940 version – destined for an owner/operator in the United States

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The high demand for single engine training aircraft has led to the return to production of the Diamond DA20-C1, powered by a 125HP Continental IO-240 engine and equipped with new state-of-the-art G500TXi Avionics

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After a lengthy wait, Microsoft launched in August its latest Flight Simulator (also known as FS2020), which features up to thirty different types of general aviation aircraft

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Otto Aviation announced at the end of August that the prototype of its Celera 500L has now logged more than thirty successful test flights

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Recent surge of Covid-19 cases in the UK forced organizers of the show, marking the 80th anniversary of the Battle of Britain, to cancel the event

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In collaboration with OXIS Energy and British Lithium-Sulfur, a battery technology company, Texas Aircraft is developing a new all metal, high-wing, electric aeroplane

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The first delivery of a Pilatus PC-12 NGX to a UK customer took place in late July, the aircraft flying from Switzerland to a private buyer based in the North-West of England

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A Test Valley Museum is marking the 80th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain with a special week to celebrate one of the Second World War’s iconic aircraft

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Once the UK has withdrawn completely from the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) on 1 January 2021, the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) will need to fulfil all regulatory functions for the aviation sector

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With road transport out of the question due to the coronavirus pandemic, it was agreed that seven sea eagle chicks should be transported by air from Inverness Airport in the Highlands of Scotland to the airfield at Bembridge on the Isle of Wight

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Although the Windrushers Gliding Club has moved out of Bicester airfield, the company that now runs the aerodrome ‘will maintain glider and powered flight’ at the site, according to its managing director, Dan Geoghegan

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Daher has secured certification of its ‘HomeSafe’ autoland system for the TBM 940 from both EASA and the FAA

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The operators of Chiltern Park Aerodrome, Dennis and Julie Pearson, have applied for Asset of Community Value (ACV) status in an attempt to keep the airfield open

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