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Today's Pilot Magazine, May 2005 Issue

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Flight Test Alpi Pioneer 300
Dave Unwin discovers the truth behind the old maxim 'If it looks right, it'll fly right!'

Going Places - Popham
Steve Bridgewater and Louise Walker pop into Popham - a friendly and popular fly-in destination in Hampshire.

Airliner Training - Easyjet Style
The science of simulation has come a long way since the Link Trainer of the 1940s. Dave Unwin spends a sweaty morning in Easyjet's Airbus A319 simulator

Voler En France - le Guide d'un Pilote Priv ('Flying to France - A Pilot's Guide')
Fancy flying to France this year In the first of a two-part series, Alasdair Arthur explains how to plan your trip and offers some suggested locations.

Owning & Operating a Piper Apache PA23-235
For a brief period in the early 1960s, Piper built the PA23-235, a new version of its successful Apache. Today, only one 235 variant is airworthy in the UK, and Andy Niedzielski has been its proud owner for 20 years. Steve Beebee spoke to him.

Weather School - Analyse This (or that!)
Simon Keeling, Managing Director of Weatherweb.net, continues his Weather School series with a step-by-step guide to plotting and analysing your own weather charts.


Flight Safety

Diary Dates and Out & About
Details of events taking place in April and May, plus reviews of fly-ins at Bicester, Kemble and Popham.

Post-Flight Checks
Post-flight checks are an important, though frequently neglected, part of every flight. Jerry Parr explains why.


Ask the Experts

FREE Landings!

From Novice to PPL in 50.4hrs
Last year, Mark Cooper, a 46-year-old Chartered Landscape Architect, had "a big mortgage, an expensive family and unfulfilled dream to become a pilot". While the first two still apply, here's his very personal account of how his dream became reality.

From Record Breaker to Movie Star - The Hughes H-1 Racer
Nearly 70 years after Howard Hughes shattered the world speed record, a replica of his H-1 Racer has given a star turn in the new Hollywood blockbuster 'The Aviator'. Geoffrey P Jones traces the history of the beautiful H-1.

There I was
Vindicated in a Vampire
John Laming recalls his Vampire conversion course, the dangers of hypoxia and the importance of the aircraft commander being 'Pilot in Command' - irrespective of your passenger's rank!

Flight Test - Enstrom 480B
The Enstrom Helicopter Corp has made a leap into the 21st Century with the Enstrom 480B. Jamie Chalkley compares it to its predecessor.
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