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Britten-Norman is upgrading the former Army Air Corps Islander AL1/CC2s, which recently moved to RAF control and form part of the UK's Intelligence, Surveillance Target Acquisition and Reconnaissance (ISTAR) fleet

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Sikorsky has been awarded a $542 million Low Rate Initial Production (LRIP) contract to build six VH-92A Presidential helicopters and will begin deliveries in 2021, with completion scheduled for 2023

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Silicon Valley start-up ZeroAvia has developed a hydrogen fuel cell powertrain to decarbonize aviation and reduce operational costs, starting with up to 500-mile regional flights

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Britain's summer of sporting success continues as the British Gliding Team's Jake Brattle soars to new heights to become the new Junior World Gliding Champion with teammate Finn Sleigh taking silver

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Monaco-based Opus Aeronautics is offering for sale what it describes as 'the most spectacular private business jet currently on the market'

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Based at the former Oxfordshire RAF station - one of Britain's few remaining 'omnidirectional' grass airfields - Bicester Heritage has done great things in restoring the site's historic buildings as a 'centre of excellence for historic motoring', hosting the well-regarded Flywheel car and aircraft event, and maintaining flying operations

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On 5 August Boultbee Flight Academy's highly polished, Mk IX Spitfire G-IRTY departed Goodwood Aerodrome in the hands of Matt Jones at the start of its 'Silver Spitfire - The Longest Flight' expedition around the world

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The Bloodhound Land Speed Record project, under the new ownership of Ian Warhurst, CEO of Grafton LSR Ltd, will be targeting 500mph when it runs the Bloodhound LSR car for the first time on its dry lake bed race track at Hakskeen Pan, Northern Cape, South Africa, in October 2019

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EmbraerX revealed a new electric flying vehicle (eVTOL) concept during the Uber Elevate Summit 2019 in Washington, D.C

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Mrs. Justice Thornton has delivered her judgement on the CAA's grant of airspace to TAG Farnborough following the Judicial Review actioned by Lasham Gliding Society

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In a major win for the All-Party Parliamentary Group on General Aviation (APPG-GA) the Government has announced changes to planning guidance meaning that long established airfields will no longer be threatened by the occupants of newly built housing

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Congratulations to the Chair of the APPG on General Aviation, the Rt Hon Grant Shapps MP, on being made the Secretary of State for Transport and we wish him the very best of luck in his new role

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Lockheed Martin, which developed NASA's X-59 low-boom demonstrator aircraft, has revealed details of a Mach 1.8 supersonic airliner that would be able to fly transpacific routes with up to forty passengers

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For 56 years, the Dawn to Dusk Competition has given people the flying adventure they've always dreamed of. This year, entering the competition is even easier...

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A partnership between Hybrid Air Vehicles (HAV), Collins Aerospace and the University of Nottingham has won grant funding of more than £1 million from the UK Aerospace Research and Technology Programme to develop electric propulsion technologies using the Airlander 10 airship as a platform

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Cost-sharing flights: CAA advice

Tuesday, July 16, 2019

The questions posed by the fatal ditching in January of a Piper Malibu which took the lives of pilot David Ibbotson and newly-signed Cardiff City footballer Emiliano Sala have prompted the CAA to attempt to clarify what's legal and what's not

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In the week leading up to the celebrations of the 50th Anniversary of the first Moon landing, ARMSTRONG is released on Digital, Blu-Ray and DVD. Pilot editor Philip provides his review of this new documentary looking at Armstrong's life

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Clearing Customs at Southend on 18 May was the prototype Hungarian Genevation GENPRO aerobatic aircraft

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Bristol Scout 1264 will be at the National Motor Museum at Beaulieu, Hants, on 21 September. If you haven't seen this remarkable aircraft before it will be an ideal opportunity in an iconic surrounding

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The 50th anniversary of 1969's Battle of Britain movie is set to be celebrated in dramatic style at this weekend's Flying Legends air show

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At the CAA's Electronic Conspicuity (EC) conference in London on 27 June Mark Swan, Director of Safety and Airspace Regulation, announced that the CAA will be relaxing the rules around simultaneous transmissions from EC devices that meet CAP 1391 requirements

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The Lord Kirkhope Inquiry into Lower Airspace has called for the Government to scrap and replace the legislation that sets the direction for UK lower airspace design

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Two years after the launch of its software that connects operators with aircrew for freelance and contract flights, London Oxford Airport-based hullo Aircrew reports a 200% growth in its membership database, which now holds 3,000 candidates, and has expanded its operation to offer permanent aircrew positions

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Diamond Aircraft recently invited a group of potential customers to fly its DART-550 turboprop trainer

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Skyborne Airline Academy is launching Airline Simulator Assessment Preparation sessions in its Boeing 737 MAX FTD simulator, to maximise cadets' employment prospects

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The UK Civil Aviation Authority's (CAA) consultation on a decision-making process for PPR proposals will be closing on 7 July 2019. This gives you just a few more days to submit your comments

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German manufacturer Dornier Seawings has announced the latest development of the long-lived Seastar CD2 amphibian, which first flew in 1984

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Embraer and Brazilian hi-tech manufacturer WEG are collaborating to develop new technologies and solutions for electric propulsion in aircraft

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Britten-Norman is building two new Islanders for the Falkland Islands Government Aviation Service (FIGAS)

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Cotswold Airport are pleased to announce that AV8's completion is 'now on finals' and is scheduled to reopen to the public on Friday the 28th June 2019

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