Latest edition

News

LETTING THE CAT OUT

For those who have been in the sharp end of anything that flies, you would be aware of those moments when things didn’t exactly go according to plan, whether it be by act, omission or just plain bad luck. I THINK I KICKED THINGS OFF in this regard at the

Overview-KING AIR B360

KING AIR B360

WHAT THEY ‘RE MADE OF

REGISTER REVIEW

Training

The MORNING HOP

Sometimes it’s the most straightforward flights that throw a curve-ball when all you wanted was an easy trip from A to B. I mean, how hard can a 25nm hop be? IT WAS ABOUT SIX A.M. and still dark on a chilly winter’s morning as I shuffled towards the Cessna

Under STANDING under CARRIAGE

WANT TO BE A PILOT IN THE USA?

IMPOSTORS IN THE COCKPIT

Defence

The B-52 BUFF. The USAF’s “DAKELTON”?

Some aircraft just go on forever. The DC-3/C-47s in SAAF service are 80 years old and – as ‘Dakeltons’ – are still expected to meet South Africa’s huge maritime patrol requirement. This is especially because chronic underfunding has reduced South Africa’s ability to patrol from St Helena to the Antarctic

Aviation Companies Guides