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Win a Bose A20 headset with Bluetooth worth £999

Bose has teamed up with FLYER to offer one lucky reader the chance to win an A20 ANR aviation headset with Bluetooth, worth £999.
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Now there's an app for reporting that airprox

Any pilot who's had a near-miss with another aircraft will appreciate that reporting the incident as soon as possible is important. And so the UK Airprox Board (UKAB) has launched an app for that.
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Bristol Airport to drop Lower Airspace Radar Service

NATS at Bristol Airport is to discontinue its Lower Airspace Radar Service – but will continue with other services to help GA pilots.
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Thirty C-47s to invade Normandy for D-Day 75th

A thirty-strong squadron of WWII Douglas C-47 military transport aircraft is being put together to fly from the USA to the UK, and then en masse across the English Channel, to celebrate the 75th anniversary of D-Day on 6 June 2019.
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EASA and The Adventures of Sunny Swift

EASA, the European Aviation Safety Agency, has launched a cartoon strip starring Sunny Swift, a female flying instructor, who uses her knowledge as a GA pilot to mitigate risk.
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Turkey to host World Air Games in 2020

Turkey will be the official host country for the FAI World Air Games 2020. The Games will take place in September 2020 at various airfields around the country.
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Pilatus Service Centre opens at Biggin Hill Airport

UK Pilatus dealer Oriens Aviation has opened a dedicated service centre for the PC-12 NG single-engine turboprop at London Biggin Hill Airport.
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Reviewed online: Yaesu FTA-750L Spirit Radio

The latest handheld transceiver from Yaesu is ready for 8.33kHz channels so could be the solution for anyone yet to make the transition to the new frequencies.
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SkyDemon flying scholarship launched

SkyDemon, the flight-planning and navigation software company, is to sponsor a powered flying scholarship, in association with the Air League Trust.
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National Fly Kids Day 2018

Aviation without Borders is staging its annual National Fly Kids Day on 9 June this year. More than 20 flying clubs are expected to take part. Care to join them?
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A share is available in a Grumman AA-5 Traveler at Turweston, for £2,000 plus £80 per tacho hour wet and £52 monthly subs.
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