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Global General Aviation News

  1. Global Household Fans Market Value To Reach $7.7 billion by 2023 By TBRC
    TheBusinessResearchCompany.com offers Household Fans Global Market Report 2020 from its research database. LONDON, GREATER LONDON, UK, February 19, 2020 /⁨EINPresswire.com⁩/ — The global household fa …
  2. The real-life World War Two hero behind James Bond's gyrocopter
    … . She was a nifty little gyrocopter with an arsenal of secret … Ely, Cambs, in 1916. The gyrocopter featured in promotional material for … …
  3. Probe reveals drone came within 50 metres of light aircraft over Dundee
    … within 50 metres of a light aircraft over Dundee, an official probe …
  4. General Aviation is Alive and Well at Triple Tree Aerodrome
    … 12 foreign countries attended four general aviation fly-ins, six radio-control …
  5. Microlight pilot rescued from tree after crashing at M4 services
    … a tree after crashing a microlight near the M4 Membury Services … and Oxfordshire hosed down the microlight, which had caught fire. A …

EASA News

  1. Sunny Swift: Airspace Complexity – Part 1
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  2. EASA Artificial Intelligence Roadmap 1.0 published
    EASA today published its Artificial Intelligence Roadmap 1.0 which establishes the Agency’s initial vision on the safety and ethical dimensions of development of AI in the aviation domain. The AI Road …
  3. Coronavirus – Further Advice for Airlines and Their Crews
    COLOGNE, February 4, 2020 – The European Union Aviation Safety Agency is providing additional promotional material for airlines and their crews regarding the Co …
  4. STC Newsletter "Seasonal Technical Communication" – Winter 2019
  5. Withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union
    The United Kingdom withdrew from the European Union on 31/01/2020 at midnight (Brussels time) and is now a Third Country. Under the terms of its Withdrawal Agreement, EU Law will apply for the UK duri …

Flyer Magazine (UK)

  1. Garmin updates Pilot nav app with pro IFR tools
    Advanced new features and professional IFR navigation tools are now available within Garmin’s Pilot navigation and flight-following app. Garmin says that pilots can experience a near-seamless transiti …
  2. New Farnborough airspace comes into effect
    A huge block of new controlled airspace serving Farnborough Airport comes into effect from 27 February 2020. The contentious airspace will affect pilots of all types of aircraft, VFR and IFR, flying i …
  3. GAMA and IAOPA launch 2020 European GA survey
    The 2020 General Aviation survey has opened online and all pilots across Europe are invited to participate. The survey is being conducted by the General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA) and t …
  4. Flying Start competition with Garmin and FLYER
    Want to give your dreams of flight in 2020 an amazing flying start? Garmin Aviation has teamed up with FLYER to offer one lucky reader the chance to win £1,500 towards their flight training, plus an a …
  5. Govt launches £2m fund to support local airfields
    The government has announced a £2m fund to support local airfields. The money will be available to supply commercial expertise and help General Aviation businesses grow. The Airfield Development Fund …

Pilot Magazine (UK)

  1. Flight test: Sud Est Alouette II

    Predictable and vice-free − although very thirsty − the dependable Alouette’s handling would suit a low-time pilot | Words: Pat Malone – Photos: Keith Wilson

  2. First Airbus A380 scrapped and turned into luggage tags

    The first ever A380 to enter scheduled service, and also the first ever to be retired, has been turned into a new edition of rare Aviationtags

  3. Flight test: De Havilland DH60 Cirrus Moth
    By the end of the 1920s most of Britain’s light aeroplanes were de Havilland Moths of one kind or another. Today BAE Systems’ Heritage Flight operates the oldest DH60 Cirrus Moth still flying | Words: …
  4. Canadian firm to make hemp aircraft

    The appropriately named Canadian company Hempearth Group is building a ‘world first’ in the form of an aeroplane that would be made almost entirely from hemp

  5. ILAFFT: The pilot in command always makes the final decision

    Only the pilot in command makes the decisions, no-one else | By Shaun Richards

Aero-News.net GA News

  1. Garmin Brings Flight Deck Technology And Tools To The Garmin Pilot App
    Major Upgrade Adds Option To Load Instrument Procedures, Customized Holds And More Garmin has added new features within the Garmin Pilot app that incorporate professional IFR navigation tools found wi …
  2. An Exciting Day At Young Eagles Event For EAA Chapter 534
    Gave 14 Young Eagles Their First Aviation Experience Another successful Young Eagles event took place on Saturday February 15, 2020 thanks to Experimental Aircraft Association Chapter 534 located at t …
  3. Whirly-Girls International Reveals 2020 Scholarship Recipients
    Awarded January 26th At Heli-Expo In California Whirly-Girls International, a non-profit, educational, and charitable organization dedicated to advancing women in the helicopter aviation industry, has …
  4. AEA Unveils 2019 Year-End Avionics Market Report
    Total Sales Exceed $3 Billion For The Year The Aircraft Electronics Association released its 2019 year-end Avionics Market Report, and total worldwide business and general aviation avionics sales for …
  5. Trig Avionics: Serving The Warbird Community Of North America
    Attending The Annual National Warbird Operators Conference In Alabama Trig Avionics is honouring veterans past and present by helping keep vintage warbirds in the air. Trig’s affordable ADS-B bundle, …

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