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(1 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 13 issues per year 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.

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FLYER  |  January 2011  


Training for the IMC - It's the subject that everybody is talking about, but there's more to the IMC than European regulations. Ian Wallers considers the role of this most useful of ratings and suggests ways to keep the skills sharp Farewell to the Harrier - John Farley makes a welcome return to FLYER, looking back at the history of the Harrier following the decision to retire the UK's fleet TL Sting flight test - Award-winning writer, Justin Cox, flies the Permit to fly, self-build TL Sting and finds it a delight to fly Robinson R66 first look - If you've flown a helicopter, the chances are that you'll have some experience of the Robinson R22 and R44. Well, now the latest addition is here, the five-seater turbine-powered R66, and Sean Brown was the first UK pilot to be checked out on it Pilot's Guide to Paris - Most PPLs plan to fly overseas at some point and Paris is high on the list of cities they would like to visit To help out, FLYER is launching a new series of pilot's guides to major European cities, with the first one being Paris. Here's advice to airspace restrictions, the airfields to visit and what to do once you're there Oxygen Systems - Following on from the excellent feature in the January issue of FLYER on the advantages of flying at higher altitudes, in this issue we look at the role of oxygen systems, how they work and the types available Flying Adventure - Gyros to France - John Butler and friends fly their gyrocopters on a 1,600nm tour over spectacular Continental scenery
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   |   January 2011   


Training for the IMC - It's the subject that everybody is talking about, but there's more to the IMC than European regulations. Ian Wallers considers the role of this most useful of ratings and suggests ways to keep the skills sharp Farewell to the Harrier - John Farley makes a welcome return to FLYER, looking back at the history of the Harrier following the decision to retire the UK's fleet TL Sting flight test - Award-winning writer, Justin Cox, flies the Permit to fly, self-build TL Sting and finds it a delight to fly Robinson R66 first look - If you've flown a helicopter, the chances are that you'll have some experience of the Robinson R22 and R44. Well, now the latest addition is here, the five-seater turbine-powered R66, and Sean Brown was the first UK pilot to be checked out on it Pilot's Guide to Paris - Most PPLs plan to fly overseas at some point and Paris is high on the list of cities they would like to visit To help out, FLYER is launching a new series of pilot's guides to major European cities, with the first one being Paris. Here's advice to airspace restrictions, the airfields to visit and what to do once you're there Oxygen Systems - Following on from the excellent feature in the January issue of FLYER on the advantages of flying at higher altitudes, in this issue we look at the role of oxygen systems, how they work and the types available Flying Adventure - Gyros to France - John Butler and friends fly their gyrocopters on a 1,600nm tour over spectacular Continental scenery
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You'll receive 13 issues during a 1 year FLYER magazine print subscription.
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