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FLYER October 2019

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In the October issue of FLYER

UPset Recovery Training (UPRT) is about to become mandatory for new commercial pilots but it also has a place for General Aviation pilots. Our man Dave Calderwood is up for the challenge and takes the UPRT GA course with Ultimate High

The Experimental Aircraft Association’s annual AirVenture show celebrated its 50th year at Oshkosh, Wisconsin. If you love aviation, there’s no better place to be… as editor Ed Hicks reports

In First Solo we meet Daniel Weston who, on his first flight, was so scared he held onto the straps, but now he does advanced level aerobatics in a glider…

In Accident Analysis Joe Fournier explains that it pays to take time to think about how you can minimise the risks of further injury in any given situation following a crash

Don’t be deterred by changing weather conditions, when it comes to flying, the Scottish Highlands and islands are a ‘must do’, as Rob Mantel discovers in his Flying Adventure

We put the lightweight carbon fibre SEHT SH40-60 ANR headset and Trig TN72 position source to the test

PLUS:

Save a fantastic £55 with SIX FREE landings at Andrewsfield, Bodmin, Land’s End, Middlezoy, Sittles and Strathaven

Great columns from Dave Hirschman, Mark Hales and Ian Seager

Plus all the latest news

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