Micco back in business

Micco is an aircraft manufacturer with an interesting history, the latest twist of which is that it has been acquired by the MICCO Aircraft Company … Read more

CAA consults on new charges

The CAA has published a consultation document which details changes to the charges which it makes. The full document is at <a href=’http://www.caa.co.uk/charges’ target=’_blank’>www.caa.co.uk/charges</a>. As … Read more

Forget the bacon sandwich…

Traditionally, pilots who want to go flying but have no particular agenda visit an airfield “for a bacon sandwich”. Well, at the Aeroport du Castellet … Read more

BA 737 helps ditched pilot

A British Airways 737 yesterday took part in the rescue of a pilot after he had ditched in the North Sea. The Cessna – as … Read more

CAA extends GPS trial

The CAA has announced that it is extending the trial of GPS approaches at six airfields around the UK. The trial will now finish at … Read more

Robinson hands over 3000th R44

Robinson Helicopters, based in California, yesterday handed over the keys to the 3,000th R44 to come off the production line. Dealer Frank Leon of Segrave … Read more

A Dynasty is launched

Aircraft Investor Resources has announce that it is taking orders for the Dynasty, a new single-engine turboprop based on the <a href=’http://www.epicaircraft.com’ target=’_blank’>Epic LT</a>. The … Read more

Cabair acquires Wycombe Air Centre

The Cabair Group of Aviation Companies has acquired Wycombe Air Centre, which is one of the leading independent UK flying schools. Wycombe Air Centre, which … Read more