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November 2017 Issue of LIGHT AVIATION

  • Chairman’s Chat - Brian presents some early news from the LAA AGM.
  • News - Pilot licencing to go electronic, Pegasus security project revamped.
  • Projects - A lovely RV-8, a plans-built Zenair 701, Titan Mustang and supercharged Bristell.
  • LAA Rally Part 2 - Brian Hope with more from the successful 2017 LAA Sywell Rally.
  • 8.33kHz - It’s almost upon us and ‘Q’ briefs 007 on how the new channel spacing works.
  • Rotax 912iS - Francis Donaldson explains the complexities of the fuel injected 912iS.
  • Aircraft loading - Approvals for increasing AUW; plus we say hello to Jerry Parr.
  • Destination Sherburn - Martin Ferid on a flying visit to Leeds, York and Harrogate.
  • Popham fun - Neil Wilson reports from a busy end of season fly-in at Popham.
  • SkyFly - Flying a rare, homebuilt retractable, the Cvjetkovic CA-65, from Clive Davidson.
  • Struts 4U - A fantastic low-level tour of the glens in a Tornado; plus, Strut news and meetings.
  • Obituary - We celebrate the life of Eric King, an instigator of the Association’s Permit system.
  • Meet the members - Alan Chalkley, alias John Beeswax, on a fascinating life in aviation.
  • Where to Go - Few fly-ins over the coming weeks but plenty of valuable GASCo Safety Evenings.
  • Aeros - Barry Tempest competes in the Vintage World Aerobatic championships in Denmark.
  • CEO Chat - Steve talks about how the Association encourages diversity.
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