In part three of his series on flight testing Streak Shadows for the Indian Air Force, Anthony Preston thinks he’s taking the air marshal up for a flight. It turns out to be the other way around…
Merv Middleton becomes the first – and last?– civvy to fly in to Europe’s oldest airshow
In which your editor cooks up a rum excuse to dodge his MF responsibilities
Long before we met Flylight’s SkyRanger, capital R, a different one flew – one without three-axis controls, without even the need for a pilot. John Bridges looks into one of the RAF’s stranger commissions
Not too many students do their GST in school uniform for a laugh. But Michael McMahon, known to many for his appearance in the BBC’s “The Real Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines”, was always going to do things a bit differently.
It was a glorious winter day, and Lorraine Dotchin was on climbout in her venerable Q, Nora, for the first time in ages. It was almost her last…
Part two of three in Chief Technical Officer Ben Syson’s series on building a lightweight aluminium airframe
Flying to France: dealing with customs and passport control