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FLYER  |  Flyer March 2017  


This month in FLYER, wise-up to the new approvals for IFR/Night flying in LAA Permit aircraft. If you've ever been interested in what Permit aircraft have to offer, but ruled them out due to them being VFR-only machines, then these new rules may change your mind. Get a first look at the new G6 generation Cirrus SR22T and its all-new Garmin Perspective+ avionics, and check out a Swiss father and son's ten-year project to build a vintage-inspired radial-powered biplane from plans. The result? A machine that looks like it's just flown in from the 1930's. In First Solo, we meet Mark Vanhoenacker. Mark, a Senior First Officer with British Airways, left becoming a pilot until his late twenties. "Professional flying seemed so amazing it could never be an actual job!" Inspired to write about flying, his book, Skyfaring, is a best seller.

In Accident Analysis, Joe Fournier recognises that workload and distractions can make indications easy to miss, and looks for changes in behaviour might alter that outcome. In our Flying Adventure, John Stubbs was a man on a solo mission. He set himself the challenge of flying his Dynamic microlight to 366 airfields during 2016 – a leap year. He achieved his goal and found new flying buddies. Meanwhile in Top Gear, Ian Seager wonders, "is my heart-rate really that high," as he tests the Garmin D2 Bravo Titanium pilot watch.

With all this, plus the chance to save £73 in landing fees, the latest news, comment and much more – it’s easy to see why FLYER is the brightest General Aviation title in the UK!
FLYER is the UK’s brightest and most-read General Aviation title counting Paul Bertorelli, Ian Seager and Mark Hales among our award-winning writing team. Led by editor and aviation photographer Ed Hicks, we're passionate about flying and feature everything from microlights through Very Light Jets, while covering vintage aircraft alongside cutting edge prototypes. We pride ourselves on our independence and on the quality of our writing and photography, all of which explains why FLYER has more exclusives than any other GA magazine in the UK.
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FLYER   |   Flyer March 2017   


This month in FLYER, wise-up to the new approvals for IFR/Night flying in LAA Permit aircraft. If you've ever been interested in what Permit aircraft have to offer, but ruled them out due to them being VFR-only machines, then these new rules may change your mind. Get a first look at the new G6 generation Cirrus SR22T and its all-new Garmin Perspective+ avionics, and check out a Swiss father and son's ten-year project to build a vintage-inspired radial-powered biplane from plans. The result? A machine that looks like it's just flown in from the 1930's. In First Solo, we meet Mark Vanhoenacker. Mark, a Senior First Officer with British Airways, left becoming a pilot until his late twenties. "Professional flying seemed so amazing it could never be an actual job!" Inspired to write about flying, his book, Skyfaring, is a best seller.

In Accident Analysis, Joe Fournier recognises that workload and distractions can make indications easy to miss, and looks for changes in behaviour might alter that outcome. In our Flying Adventure, John Stubbs was a man on a solo mission. He set himself the challenge of flying his Dynamic microlight to 366 airfields during 2016 – a leap year. He achieved his goal and found new flying buddies. Meanwhile in Top Gear, Ian Seager wonders, "is my heart-rate really that high," as he tests the Garmin D2 Bravo Titanium pilot watch.

With all this, plus the chance to save £73 in landing fees, the latest news, comment and much more – it’s easy to see why FLYER is the brightest General Aviation title in the UK!
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

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You'll receive 13 issues during a 1 year FLYER magazine print subscription.
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