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Today's Pilot Magazine, June 2003 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Finningley gets the Green Light, New Aircraft from New Piper, Death of an Airfield - the Meigs Field story, Fixed Gear Legacy from Lancair, Patent Victory for Cameron Balloons, Bombardier to sell Rotax, New Head of GA at the CAA, GA Engine from Honda TBM700C2 - Certified and Delivered, New FBO at Staverton, Cessna Opts for Garmin for Mustang Avionics, Midlands Airstrip Secured.

The latest registrations and de-registrations on the CAA aircraft register.

Flight Test - Pzl-110 Koliber 160a
Designed in France but now built in Poland, the PZL Koliber is a rugged, reliable tourer with excellent STOL characteristics. Dave Unwin flies the 160hp version.

GA 2002 - An Industry Overview
In the post September 11, 2001, environment many pundits predicted severe problems for the General Aviation manufacturers, but how bad did it turn out to be Steve Bridgewater dissects the annual report issued by the General Aviation Manufacturers Association.

Flight Safety
AAIB and CHIRP reports

The Wright Model B Flyer 'Look-a-Like'
Frank B Mormillo reports from the US on this unique Wright Model B replica.

Visual Navigation
Take a map and a set of eyeballs, mix with a compass and ASI - and you have the complete VFR navigation kit. Ken Delve explains.

Owning and Operating an RV-6
The Vans RV-6 is one of the most popular homebuilt aircraft of all time and over the years the kit has become even more 'simple to build' - but not at the expense of its impressive performance.

Top Ten Civilian Aerobatic Aircraft
For the latest Today's Pilot Top Ten, Steve Bridgewater and CAA Aircraft Registrar Mark Sawyer team up to look at the most popular mounts among the UK's aerobatic fraternity.

Where Did that Airfield Come From
Tony Holt explains why some long-forgotten airfields are beginning to reappear on the CA charts.

Today's Pilot at Sun 'n Fun
The annual Florida get-together for all things aviation attracted thousands of aircraft and exhibitors.

We've Already Had Breakfast, So It Must Be..Launch Time!
Dave Unwin takes a light-hearted look at the myriad methods of launching a glider.

Headset Review
Part one of our annual review of GA headsets, looking at the latest technology, plus testing a range of headsets in different price brackets - AND don't miss your chance to win an ANR headset.

Woody De Saar outlines the origins and present status of the Twinstarrlite gyroplane, a two-seater with great potential.

Sow's Ear into a Silk Purse
Last month's article detailed why the Walkbury Flying Club decided to buy a Cessna 152 Aerobat. In this concluding part, Jerry Parr explains the work involved in getting G-FLAP fit for the training fleet.

Met questionnaire summary and winners, First Solos, Latest on AIS website.

Out & About
This month's fly-in reports come from Old Sarum, Kemble, Turweston and Popham.

Learning to Fly - Sparrow or Eagle
Vic Flintham concludes his personal look at key decisions linked to learning to fly - and covers the 'final hurdle', the Skill Test.

Flight Test - Italian Elegance: Pioneer 300
Jochen Ewald flies this stylish Italian tourer.
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