SA Flyer’s August issue will be producing a first-time ever dedicated digital “Meet theCEOs of Aviation” Profile Guide.Sales Manager Wayne Wilson says, “We are taking the opportunity to give something backto those struggling under Covid-19, so will be donating to a charitable cause of your choice.“We have all felt the
Located in South Africa’s Safari hub of Hoedspruit, Safari Moon is a boutique base from which to discover the wonders of South Africa’s Lowveld region. Safari Moon Luxury Bush Lodge is the latest venture of esteemed designer and decorator, Nicola Leitch: an avid collector of art and all things interesting.
ALSIM is pleased to announce the sale of an AL250 to Starlite Aviation Training Academy, based in Durban and Mossel Bay, South Africa. Impressed by all the possibilities offered by this fast reconfigurable and very compact simulator, the ATO decided to choose ALSIM’s solutions to respond to the growing demand
Skip Stewart is best known for his high-energy aerobatics routine, which includes very low and slow knife-edge passes. His performances most often involve transitioning into slow knife-edge flight immediately after take-off, followed by an outside-banked turn as he sets up for his routine. The performances themselves involve extreme positive and negative G-manoeuvres,
1950: Dick Martin flies his AT-6 plane trailing smoke through Tillamook Naval Air Station Airship Hangar “B”, and Norman William “Swede” Ralston Sr. pulls up for a loop beside the hangar to line himself up, and flies through right after Dick (no smoke). As explained by “Swede’s” son, Norman William
“The HX50 will deliver a truly desirable, attainable and capable aircraft that will re-launch general aviation.” Concept type helicopters have been proposed before … but this one has a better chance than most of flying in the real world. Dr Jason Hill (Ph.D), a helicopter aerodynamicist, is the designer of
Vertical Aerospace announced the launch of their new aircraft, VA-1X. Capable of carrying up to five people (four passengers and a pilot), the VA-1X is set to be the world’s first certified winged all-electric Vertical Take-Off and Landing (eVTOL) aircraft, and is on course to start commercial flights in 2024. No