January issue of FLYER is out!

The January 2021 issue of FLYER has just been uploaded and is available to read online or download on either desktop or mobile platforms here.

In the January issue of FLYER 2021:

An aircraft designed to carry heavy loads into the most marginal of runways and lakes, means the odds of a long life are low. But for one Noorduyn Norseman, luck was definitely on it’s side.

When it comes to getting a fleet of ex-military helicopters flying again it takes a massive team effort. Rachel Ramsay visits the team at Historic Helicopters.

In Accident Analysis, FLYER Safety editor Steve Ayres says that keeping a safe flying environment isn’t really possible when we operate in isolation, but a ‘metaphorical arm’ around a lone pilot might just help…

In the First Solo interview we chat to Jane Gregory wasn’t keen to solo ASAP. In fact, she dreaded the first helicopter flight by herself.

Flying Adventure sees Leonardo Correa Luna taking his Cessna 170 on a trip back in time – to find his kicks flying Route 66…

In Top Gear, Ian Seager puts Garmin’s new D2 Air watch put to the test.


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  • Great columns from Dave Hirschman, Mark Hales and Ian Seager
  • Plus all the latest news


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