FLYER July 2019

The L model was a shift of style for Aeronca, produced for barely 24 months and in limited numbers, so survivors today are ultra-rare. Andrew … Read more

FLYER June 2019

FLYER June 2019

Going Bush in Scotland, Jean-Marie Urlacher learns the extreme techniques of the Alaskan bush pilot just a 45-minute airline hop from London. Landing off-airfield, on … Read more

Flyer May 2019

FLYER May 2019

The change in regulations to allow paid-for flight training in Permit aircraft means it’s now possible to go aerobatic and formation flying at much lower … Read more

FLYER magazine March 2019

FLYER March 2019

BIO-PLANE! A fascinating French project which plans to emulate Lindbergh’s pioneering flight across the Atlantic, on an unusual combination of bio-fuel, hybrid-electric and solar power … Read more

FLYER February 2019

– Famous for creating fast, efficient singles, Mooney Aircraft has added a second door, Garmin NXi avionics and a plush interior to create the Acclaim … Read more

FLYER January 2019

Looking a little like a miniature de Havilland Beaver, the Rearwin Cloudster is a 1930’s classic that delivers radial charm and delightful handling in a … Read more

Flyer magazine December 2018

FLYER December 2018

Mark Hales writes about the biggest Jodel, the D140 Mousquetaire, a four-seat Permit to Fly load-lifter “with no equal”. 19 years ago, Cirrus delivered its … Read more

FLYER November 2018 cover

FLYER November 2018

Mark Hales brings us up to date with insight into the potential uses of hybrid-electric power units in light aircraft. This year’s LAA Rally was … Read more

FLYER October 2018

Flying Across Britain with Arthur Williams has been a Sunday-evening TV viewing hit on Channel 4, for flyers and non-aviators alike. We caught up with the … Read more