Cirrus SF50 Vision Jet

It took ten years of waiting while development and certification took place, but as the first deliveries of the Cirrus SF50 Vision Jet, General Aviation’s … Read more

Swearingen SX-300

Featured in August 2015, Ian Seager flew the two-seat, high-performance kitplane, designed in the 1980s, that had a reputation for speed, complexity and colossal build … Read more

Rans Aircraft S-20 Raven

When we tested the Rans S-20 Raven in April 2015, we liked the this lightweight, side-by-side Rotax-powered taildragger, finding crisp handling, attractive performance and plenty … Read more

Tecnam P2010

Following his pre-certification test flight of Tecnam’s new four-seat tourer/trainer in 2013, Ian Seager joined the owner of the UK’s first P2010 to fly the … Read more

Diamond Aircraft DA62

Back in May 2015, FLYER was the first UK magazine to fly the new DA62 twin from Diamond Aircraft. The all-new €1.1m, composite, diesel twin … Read more

LoPresti Fury

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

Beech Bonanza

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

Grumman Widgeon

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