Legend launch new ‘Cub’

The American Legend Aircraft Company has test flown its new Legend Cub for the first time. This is the first aircraft to be produced by … Read more

Dornier faces closure

Insolvency practitioners Pluta have been appointed by the district court at Oberfaffenhofen to look after the affairs of German aircraft maker AvCraft Aerospace GmbH the … Read more

Jump from a C206 over Jersey

‘If piloting an aeroplane is flying, then sailing in a boat is swimming’ says Skydive Jersey, Centre Chief Instructor Andy Montriou. To prove the point … Read more

UK launch for Dynamic

The Yeoman Light Aircraft Company will launch the all-composite Dynamic microlight in the UK at FLY-The London Air Show at Earls Court on April 8th. … Read more

Biggin firms win security awards

Biggin Hill Helicopters, Transcity Exhibitions, and Tropair Services are the first winners of a new security awards scheme organised by Biggin Hill Executive Airport. The … Read more

Cessna issues embarrassing AD

Cessna has been forced to issue an embarrassing FAA Airworthiness Directive (PL2005-05-53) following quality control inspections on their production line. The company says inadequate or … Read more

Oban airport faced with threat

The operator of Oban Airport has lodged a formal objection over council plans to transfer the running of the airfield to Highlands and Islands Airports … Read more

GlobalFlyer claims the record

A very tired and weary Steve Fosset climbed from the cramped GlobalFlyer cockpit after 67 hours and 2 minutes of confinement and sleep deprivation having … Read more