CAA seeks views on ATS

All pilots are being urged by the Civil Aviation Authority to give their views on the future provision of air traffic services in uncontrolled UK … Read more

Lake assets to be sold

The Lake Aircraft line of amphibious aircraft will go under the hammer at an auction at AirVenture, Oshkosh on July 27th. The Lake Amphibian series … Read more

A380 takes to the air

The Airbus A380, The world’s largest passenger aircraft, has made its maiden flight. The long-awaited test flight took off from Toulouse, France, with a crew … Read more

Diamond Aircraft goes east

Diamond Aircraft has announced construction of a new factory in China. The plant will be big enough to employ 1,700 workers and build 600 aircraft … Read more

Euro Charges threaten Sally B

The future of the UK’s sole remaining airworthy B-17 Flying Fortress G-BEDF Sally B is seriously threatened because of new EU third party liability insurance … Read more

Climate control for Lancair

The Lancair Company has received certification for general aviation’s first intelligent climate control system. It will soon become a factory-installed option available exclusively on Lancair … Read more

Cessna order book ‘bulging’.

Cessna claims that their order book is bulging. In early April the company received over 450 single engine aircraft orders over a three week period. … Read more

CAA revise low flying rule

The CAA has announced a major revision of the Low Flying Rule (Rule 5). . Although flight is now permissible to 1,000 feet above the … Read more