Seaplanes in a UK city centre

Loch Lomond Seaplanes is to start the UK’s first commercial seaplane service for 50 years. Flying from Glasgow’s River Clyde, the company is aiming to … Read more

Aircraft hits/breaks power cables

<a href=’’ target=’_blank’>BBC News</a> is reporting that a light aircraft hit power cables near Oxford (Kidlington) Airport last night. The aircraft landed safely after the … Read more

With knobs on – from Sporty’s

Sometimes you see an idea and you say “Why hasn’t it been done before?” Here’s one from Sporty’s: simple but potential life-saving. All those toggle … Read more

Orka manufacturer gets new partner

Flight International is reporting a deal between Poland’s M & M Aviation Works and Slovakia’s Letecke Opravovne Trencin in which the two companies will combine … Read more

Cessna delivers Mustang

Things are hotting up in the VLJ – Very Light Jet – world. <a href=’newsfeed.php?artnum=369′ target=’_blank’>Yesterday</a> we reported that the Eclipse 500 had hit a … Read more

EASA maintenance conference

EASA – the European Aviation Safety Agency – is reminding interested parties that places are still available for the General Aviation workshop it is holding … Read more