Vantage Engines get EASA approval

Superior Air Parts, manufacturer of the Vantage series of engines, has received EASA Type Certification for its 180 hp Vantage engine. Superior is a division … Read more

EASA: accident waiting to happen

The House of Commons Transport Committee’s report on ‘The Work of the Civil Aviation Authority’ is now out. It touches on a number of topics, … Read more

‘Airplanes’ take to the road

<span style=”font-size:9px; font-weight:bold; color:gray”>From our team in Palm Springs</span> There aren’t many places where this could happen, but Palm Springs California, host to this year’s … Read more

HondaJet named in Top 100 list

<a href=’’ target=’_blank’>Popular Science Magazine</a> has named the HondaJet among its 100 top innovations of the year. The list also includes the Diamond D-Jet. Among … Read more

Lidle crash: NTSB has an explanation

An interim report on the <a href=””>on-going investigation by the NTSB<a> (US National Transportation Safety Board) into Cory Lidle’s crash <a href=’newsfeed.php?artnum=311′ target=’_blank’>last month</a> has … Read more

Russia relaxes rules

Flight International is reporting that the Russian authorities are planning to relax regulations covering light aviation in the country. The amendments include the ability carry … Read more

BMAA gets new chief executive

Geoff Weighell, a long-time microlight enthusiast and founder of <a href=’’ target=’_blank’>Pegasus Flight Training (Oxford) </a> – make sure you turn your PC’s sound off … Read more