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Fancy flying a Gnat?

29 Jun 17
The Heritage Aircraft Trust operates a small fleet of Folland Gnats - the light jet fighter and training aircraft made famous around the world by the Red Arrows - through a trust via a limited company. The group are on the lookout for a couple more trustees to share the flying fun, and even become display pilots.

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Plymouth Airport looks set to be re-opened – but needs your support

29 Jun 17
Closed for several years, Plymouth Airport — or more precisely the leaseholder, Sutton Harbour Holdings — became infamous after a Jodel that had force-landed there was impounded (aircraft owner Martin Ferid’s account of his ordeal appeared in Pilot, January 2016). Now supporters of the airport feel their campaign to re-open the airport is nearing success.

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Nigel Lamb retires from display flying

22 Jun 17
After 1,900 displays and air races in 38 countries, and 37 years as a professional pilot Nigel Lamb has retired from airshow flying

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Quest Kodiak gets EASA approval

22 Jun 17
Quest Aircraft’s Kodiak 100 has been certified by EASA. It is now approved in more than fifty countries.

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Rotax engines stolen from Devon microlight field

16 Jun 17
Four Rotax 912 engines were stolen during the night of 13/14 June from aircraft at Halwell , a microlight strip operated by South Hams flying club, near Totnes reports British Microlight Aircraft Association CEO Geoff Weighell

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Cessna Turbo Skyhawk JT-A certified by EASA

9 Jun 17
EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency) has certified the Cessna Turbo Skyhawk JT-A, paving way for deliveries to customers in Europe. Displayed at AeroExpo in June, the aircraft is equipped with ‘next-generation’ Garmin G1000 NXi avionics and the Continental CD-155 diesel engine.

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Fight to keep Fairoaks airfield open

9 Jun 17
A petition has been raised to oppose a proposal, backed by Surrey Heath Borough Council (SHBC), for developers to turn Fairoaks Aerodrome into a ‘garden village’ with 1,500 new homes.

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Aviation’s own Summer Exhibition

9 Jun 17
The Guild of Aviation artists is holding its Annual Summer Exhibition at The Mall Galleries, London from 17 to 23 July

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A new annual event for canards (and ‘Canardiens’)

9 Jun 17
In May Dan Gay, founder of the United Kingdom EZ Group hosted the first annual canard fly-in at Seething airfield.

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2 Jun 17
From: John McCullagh john@mccullagh.biz 51.6.230.169

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Boeing’s new spaceplane

1 Jun 17
Boeing and the US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) are collaborating to develop a technology demonstration vehicle for the Experimental Spaceplane XS-1 programme.

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Stratos 714 – a rival for Cirrus?

1 Jun 17
Oregon-based Stratos Aircraft has completed the first flight test phase of its Stratos 714 single-engine personal jet.

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Textron starts work its new turboprop single

1 Jun 17
Textron has started building the first static and fatigue test airframes for its forthcoming Cessna Denali single-engine turboprop.

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LAA launches under 30s membership programme

1 Jun 17
The Light Aircraft Association has launched a new ‘30 Under 30’ membership category, which offers a year’s membership for £30, rather than the existing £58, for any applicant under thirty years of age.

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