Turbine Beechcraft B36

If you could fly 60kts faster, climb at three times normal speed and on less fuel than a Beechcraft 58 Baron, with an engine several … Read more

The end for UK N reg. ops?

The Department for Transport has published a consultation document which proposes changes to rules governing foreign registered aircraft based permanently in the UK. If successful … Read more

Turbine Cub!

Innodyn, who are working on affordable and ultra-efficient turbine engines for the experimental aircraft market, plan to ship the first production units this autumn with … Read more

Liberty XL2 gets FAA IFR approval

Liberty Aerospace, manufacturer of the XL2 single-engine aircraft, has now received FAA approval for its XL2 aircraft to operate under Instrument Flight Rules. According to … Read more


Garmin has launched their new GPSMAP 396 featuring Next Generation Radar, METARs, and Terminal Aerodrome Forecasts, temporary flight restrictions, lightning and winds aloft. It also … Read more

Extra EA-300LP

Extra Aircraft has unveiled the latest addition to the lineup, its new EA-300LP. The most noticeable redesigned feature is the aircraft’s cowling for improved engine … Read more


Lycoming has issued a Mandatory Service Bulletin which greatly extends the crankshaft issue previously limited to high-horsepower six-cylinder engines. The new MSB recalls crankshafts in … Read more

Sport Cub

CubCrafters newest aircraft, the Sport Cub, has maid its maiden flight. Company boss Jim Richmond was at the controls for the one hour flight from … Read more

UK diesel first

CSE Aviation are claiming the first UK flight of a Cessna 182 SMA diesel conversion. The Jet A1-fuelled aircraft was re-engineered by CSE in its … Read more