June 2017

Microlight Flying - June 2017

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page 18

The best event for years! says Geoff Hill, who finally got to fly in. In a simulated sort of way…

page 22
Eurostar fly-in

Sixty-five Eurostars a small constellation makes. Sywell hosts possibly the largest gathering ever, as enjoyed by Paul Kiddell

page 25
The story so far

Meet Alistair Price, seduced by a taster flight and now proud owner of an X-air Hawk

page 26
Full steam ahead

P&M’s move to its extended Manton factory is going well, and it’s all down to the people. Ian Bruce takes a tour

page 30
Best of both worlds

C42 or Piper Warrior? Paul Wear owns a little bit of both, and says it’s not a straight choice

page 32
From darkness to light

Ginge Sunley takes a chance on the weather, taking off in the gloom and flying home in glorious sunshine

page 34
Airfield of the Month

When golf and flying meet: Merv Middleton puts it straight down the middle at Rosemarket in Wales

page 36
Norway? No way!

Wrap up warm, says Jon Crawford – the flying’s lovely

page 39

Rob Mott runs over the value of service bulletins

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