September Issue Out Now!

In the September 2021 issue of FLYER

Missed out on a trip to Oshkosh? Don’t worry, you can read our Osh ’21 show report on how the Experimental Aircraft Association’s annual AirVenture show in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, made a triumphant return after missing a year due to Covid… and how it didn’t fail to deliver!

Five friends who adore aerobatics discovered that forming a team helped cover the costs. And Team Raven was born. Now it is spreading its collective wings and looking for a new member… Could it be you?

Not feeling on top of the world? Or that things are not as they should be? A recent crop of accidents had Steve Ayres looking at the implications of feeling ‘not quite right’ in Accident Analysis…

In this month’s First Solo, Dirk Braun reveals the only experience that could possibly top his own first solo flight? Which was… being in the left seat of an Albatross seaplane.

In Flying Adventure, Paul Kiddell tells all about six hours of beautiful solstice flying, including 10 landings, many friends – and the obligatory bacon rolls…

In Top Gear, Ian Seager discovers how to keep the heat at bay with a custom sunscreen kit…

PLUS…

  • FLYER Club members save a nifty £35 with FIVE FREE landings at Fenland, Holmbeck, Kingsmuir, Manchester Barton and North Coates 
  • Great columns from Matt Dearden, Mark Hales and Ian Seager
  • Plus all the latest news

Read it here!

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