Man survives prop strike

The Canadian cnews website is reporting the story of a man who has survived being struck by a spinning properller. The accident happened when the … Read more

Airspace bust: see what happens

After the news (<a href=’newsfeed2.php?artnum=328′ target=’_blank’>reported last month</a>) that airspace busts are on the rise – albeit in part because of stricter reporting procedures – … Read more

RV-12 makes first flight

The Van’s website has announced that its brand new aircraft – the RV-12 – made its first flight towards the end of last week. The … Read more

Watch out for RA(T)s next year

Those of you who read this month’s (December) Hot Poop feature – you’ll find it on page 18 – will discover that what we currently … Read more

Free online icing course

Want to know more about aircraft icing, both on the ground and in flight? Switch on your computer (er.. okay, if you are reading this … Read more

Aviation FAA style

<span style=”font-size:9px; font-weight:bold; color:gray”>From our team at AOPA Expo in Palm Springs</span> FAA administrator Marion Blakey addressed a hall packed with pilots at AOPA Expo … Read more

Columbia delivers 500th aeroplane

<span style=”font-size:9px; font-weight:bold; color:gray”>From our team at AOPA Expo in Palm Springs</span> According to Bing Lantis, CEO and President of Columbia, 2006 has been a … Read more

Britten-Norman delivers 50th Cirrus

Britten-Norman subsidiary Aero Composites Ltd (ACL) has delivered its 50th reassembled Cirrus for the European market. ACL was <a href=”newsfeed.php?artnum=246″>formed last year</a> for the specific … Read more

More on Cessna’s NGP; Independence milestone

<span style=”font-size:9px; font-weight:bold; color:gray”>From our team at AOPA Expo in Palm Springs</span> Cessna’s NGP (New Generation Piston) proof of concept aeroplane continues to make progress … Read more