DA42 gets Lycomings

Diamond has announced that it will be making Lycoming engines an option for its DA42 Twin Star light twin. The move is aimed mainly at … Read more

New Piper offer glass option

From now on, if you are buying a New Piper Saratoga or Piper 6X (Either normally aspirated or turbocharged) you’ll have the option of choosing … Read more

HondaJet revealed

<img src=’http://www.flyer.co.uk/images/Hondajet.jpg’ align=left hspace=4>Honda has confirmed, as revealed in the latest issue of FLYER, that its experimental compact business jet has successfully completed initial flight … Read more

Centenary of Flight

Just in case you’d missed the fact (but how could you?) today, 17th December 2003, marks the 100th anniversary of powered flight. It was a … Read more

OMF Germany declare bankruptcy

OMF GmbH declared bankruptcy on Tuesday of this week (9th December). The company certified and built the OMF Symphony in Trollenhagen, Germany (the Symphony 160 … Read more

NotamPlot to return

NotamPlot, the free software which made preflight briefing much simpler by providing a graphical presentation of Notam, is to make a comeback using approved AIS … Read more

Lancair delivers 100th Columbia

Lancair has delivered its 100th Columbia. The Lancair Company from Bend, Oregan split from the kit manufacturing side of the business to certify and manufacture … Read more

GA Safety Awards

Do you know someone who has done something exceptional towards aviation safety in 2003? If you do, the CAA wants to hear from you quickly. … Read more

Concorde’s final TRA

FILTON TRA Pilots should take note of the following NOTAM, which will be in place due to the arrival of Concorde at Filton on Wednesday … Read more

EADS goes hypersonic

Just as Concorde is about to make its final flight into Bristol Filton on Wednesday (Nov 26) EADS has revealed that it is considering developing … Read more