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The latest issue of FLYER out now! Packed full of features, the current issue includes Ken Scott's encounter with the team behind the Anequim – an aircraft designed to be the smallest and lowest drag airframe that can be created around an IO-360 Lycoming and a pilot. Its aim? To break several FAI speed and time to climb records and ultimately become the world's fastest four-cylinder engine powered aircraft. Elsewhere, Colin Fisher faces problems on his Cessna Cardinal's first flight after annual maintenance. Rising oil temperature and falling pressure mean a decreasing set of options… Our first solo feature catches up with one of the UK's highest time flight instructors, Carol Cooper, while the Flying Adventure sees three friends in a Robin take a ten-day trip across Europe to Austria, Italy and Croatia, along with seven other aircraft. In Accident Analysis, Joe Fournier, reminds us that humans are built for walking, not flight, and our senses may be fooled by unfamiliar movements and sights while Jerry Parr offers tips and maintenance advice for the care of aircraft windows. In Top Gear, Ian Seager takes the tools to his Bose A20 to add their latest Bluetooth upgrade, but will the benefits stack up? With all this, plus the chance to save £58 in landing fees, the latest news, comment and much more – it’s easy to see why FLYER is the brightest and most-read GA title in the UK!

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