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Blades aerobatic display pilot, Kirsty Murphy shares her story of this remarkable aircraft: The Tornado. The Tornado ground attack aircraft has played an important part … Read more
General Aviation fixed-wing and rotary aircraft across the board saw an increase in the number of deliveries in 2018, the General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA) … Read more
The CAA) has welcomed the conviction of a pilot, following an aircraft crash in 2017 in which the pilot and passengers were injured. Robert Murgatroyd, … Read more
Britain’s team for the 2020 Women’s World Gliding Championships (WWGC2020) has been chosen. Four of the UK’s top female pilots will be honing their flying … Read more
Recently Garmin has added STC approval of version 6.51 to the GTN 650/750 series navigators for FAA certified light helicopters. This update follows last autumn’s … Read more
These are exciting times for avionics in GA, as there’s a veritable tidal wave of innovation. Not so long ago, if you wanted to put … Read more
When I heard that Bose had produced a headset specifically for quieter cockpits and, more specifically, airline pilot use, I’ll admit I was imagining a … Read more
How lucky are we? It isn’t too long ago that planning and self-briefing for a local flight took three-and-a-half weeks, but thanks to some brilliant … Read more
Where do you put your tools when you’re working on your aircraft in the hangar? It’s great to be able to take them right to … Read more
The LoPresti Fury is one sweet-handling, fast, aerobatic tourer. It’s also drop-dead gorgeous. When it was unveiled in the late-eighties, hundreds of people wanted to … Read more
The longest continuously produced aircraft in history, the Beechcraft Bonanza, with its V-tail, was a GA revelation when it first appeared in 1946, and it … Read more
When Grumman originally built the Widgeon seaplane, it was powered by six-cylinder in-line Ranger engines. But many of the 276 produced, like this one, owned … Read more
When Maule Aircraft added a 420shp Allison turbine to their M7 taildragger, they created an awesome piece of General Aviation kit. Expect a rate of … Read more