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The MoD has applied for two new Temporary Danger Areas for the RAF’s latest aircraft, a General Atomics SkyGuardian

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The Aerobility Armchair Aurora event brings together spectacular Aurora footage, interviews and Q&A with scientists, discussing insights on polar aviation and the workings of the Aurora

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CAA should have had enough oversight to prevent a large, heavy racing drone being flown & going out of control during a Goodward Aerodrome demonstration

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Late in February Aviation Minister Robert Courts announced that the CAA’s Electronic Conspicuity equipment rebate scheme is to be extended

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Sling Aircraft has successfully test-flown its latest design, a four-seat, single engine model called the Sling 4 High Wing

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Elixir has completed a new fund-raising round with investors; the extra £3m will accelerate the company’s development

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American flying car manufacturer Terrafugia has obtained a Special Light-Sport Aircraft airworthiness certificate for its Transition roadable aircraft

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The uAvionix AV-20-S multi-function display has been approved by the FAA as a clock replacement for Part 23, Class I and II Instrument Flight Rules (IFR).

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By establishing UAM experience centres & supporting service systems, EHang hopes its pilotless aircaft will become part of daily life of the locals

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Linked Airspace Change Proposals threatening disruption of light aircraft ops & the creation of unsafe ‘choke points’ have been rejected by the authority

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Lilium and LAT will develop a Pilot Sourcing and Training program to qualify candidates to fly the Lilium ‘Jet’

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R/T courses on Zoom

Thursday, February 11, 2021

Aimed at students, pilots looking for a ‘refresher’, and pilots new to the UK, the course includes future individual mentoring for radio examinations

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The CAA has recently approved Cotswold Airport’s ACP for the design of new Instrument Approach Procedures

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Navigraph’s annual flight simulation survey found that almost half of users have increased their time spent in simulated flight over the last year

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PPL fully funded by HCAP

Thursday, February 4, 2021

The Honourable Company of Air Pilots (HCAP) has just opened applications for several scholarships

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To facilitate testing several new designs for high-speed business aircraft, the FAA is allowing supersonic flights over the US mainland

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BAE Systems will be hiring more than 1,250 new trainees into its ‘early careers’ programmes in 2021

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The CAA has accepted drone operator Skyports’ 2020 Airspace Change Proposal for a Temporary Danger Area (TDA) complex

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Drone Delivery service provider, Skyports Ltd, seeks a volume of ‘airspace complex’ on Scotland’s west coast; the consultation period closes on 31 January

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Pilatus has delivered its 100th PC-24, barely three years since the type received FAA and EASA type certifications

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Tecnam has partnered with Desmon Scientific SpA to repurpose its P2012 aircraft for Covid vaccine transportation

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Motorglider manufacturer Stemme has announced improvements to its new Elfin20.e, an electric self-launching glider

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Flight Design has had its CTLS SE and the CTLSi SE light sport aircraft fully certified by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA)

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Editor Philip Whiteman provides a lockdown update for General Aviation, including advice on whether you can go leisure flying and continue with flight training

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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

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Snowdonia Aerospace has launched a public consultation on a proposed change to the airspace designation around Llanbedr Airfield

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The ‘Take Off’ scheme 2020 managed to get 2 students to complete their 10-hour training syllabus over the October school break, despite covid!

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Boeing has announced that Ryanair, Europe’s largest airline, has placed a firm order for 75 additional 737 MAX jetliners

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No GA leisure flying is permitted during lockdown, but some essential activities are allowed to continue...

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The EcoPulse distributed propulsion hybrid aircraft has successfully passed its preliminary design review

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