Flyer from March 2016
Feel the need for speed? Tested this month in FLYER is the SubSonex, a micro-jet with a single-seat, excellent handling and a whole lot of performance. It’s a straightforward kit to build and it will be on its way to the UK soon. You’ll need a jet transition course! If you just want a bit of extra speed for your current aircraft then engineer Jerry Parr has the answer. He examines a series of tweaks you can make without spending huge sums of money, to gain some extra knots in the cruise or take off and land in shorter distances.
The British microlight team dominated their class in the World Air Games recently, taking the top four places. Bill Brooks was on hand to help and reports on what turned out to be a fabulous event in a spectacular location. Talking of location, this month’s Flying Adventure is across Australia. In Top Gear we review a low-cost navigation app that’s big on value while in Accident Analysis Joe Fournier discusses landing accidents and running out of fuel, something that shouldn’t happen but is surprisingly easy to get wrong.
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