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New STEM Jobs in Aviation Initiative Launched

Rt Hon Grant Shapps, MP for Welwyn Hatfield, joined the All Party Parliamentary Group on General Aviation (APPG-GA) to launch its new Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Jobs and Skills working group, on Wednesday October 23.

EasyVFR for Windows

The PocketFMS Foundation has released EasyVFR for Windows 7 & 8.

Record breaking racing aircraft returns to Bedfordshire

An historical racing plane that set the record for flying from England to Cape Town in the late thirties has been acquired by the Shuttleworth Collection.

Aerosuperbatics Extends Breitling Deal

The Gloucestershire-based AeroSuperBatics has announced that Breitling has extended its sponsorship of the formation wingwalking team to November 2016.

Two Robinson R66s Fly Around the World

A pair of Robinson R66 Turbine helicopters landed at the Bunkovo Heliport, just outside of Moscow, marking the end of a six-week, Around-the-World Expedition.

Durham Tees Flight Training Expands Operation

The North East’s based Flight Training School has announced the acquisition of St George Flight Training based at Durham Tees Valley and Newcastle Airports.

Red Tape Challenge

Overwhelming response from General Aviation sector to Government’s red tape challenge.

VirtualFly OVO-04 maintenance study

The OVO-04 full motion flight simulator exceeds 2,500 hours of flight at factory without requiring the replacement of any mechanical or electrical parts.

Pilatus presents its latest flagship, the PC-24 twin-jet

Pilatus Aircraft Ltd has unveiled the PC 24, dubbed the world's first "Super Versatile Jet" at the "European Business Aviation Conference and Exposition" (EBACE) in Geneva.

TV Top Designer To Personalise Planes

The Bournemouth based distributor for the Pilatus PC-12 has arranged for top designer and star of Channel 4’s Four Rooms Celia Sawyer to provide an exclusive interior design service for would be owners of new or pre owned aircraft.

Helicopter Crashes in Central London

The helicopter believed to be a AgustaWestland 109 crashed into a crane killing two people.

First ever Gold for Britain in Unlimited Aerobatics

Air display and competition pilot Gerald Cooper, from Lincolnshire, won the European Freestyle Aerobatic Championship in Slovakia last weekend beating 21 of the best European aerobatic pilots.

429 Receives Airworthiness Certificate in China

Bell Helicopter have announced that it has received its airworthiness certificate from the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) for the Bell 429.

New HUD for Experimental and Light Sport Aircraft

Italy-based PAT Avionics has developed a Heads-up display called the G-HULP heads-up or HUD display


A PC-12 NG with special Formula 1 livery showing the Sauber C31 racing car, will fly the Sauber F1 Team direct to the racetracks of Europe in 2012.

Dambusters charity call

617 'Dambusters' Squadron is raising money for charity.

British students to fly the flag at international ‘Drone Olympics’

A team of students from Middlesex University is to take on some of the world’s top engineers.

Apache engineer named ‘Young Woman Engineer of the Year’

An Army Air Corps officer has been named ‘Young Woman Engineer of the Year’.

HondaJet flies

Honda’s diminutive business jet, the HondaJet, flew for the first time on December 20.

Cypriot AW139s

The Ministry of Justice of Cyprus has taken delivery of two AgustaWestland AW139s.

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