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Today's Pilot Magazine, October 2003 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue

Latest changes to UK registrations.

Flight Test Sky Arrow 650tc
Sleek and sporty-looking, the Sky Arrow is one of the more unusual designs available on the GA market. Dave Unwin enjoys the exceptional visibility provided by this innovative Italian aircraft.

Century of Flight Poll - Aircraft
What have been the most significant aircraft of the last 100 years Vote for your favourites in our Century of Flight poll!

Flight Safety
AAIB and CHIRP reports - your opportunity to learn from other pilots' mistakes.

How hard can it be to fly an airship Dave Unwin discovers that it's not as easy as he thought!

There I Was. A Fraught Ferry Flight
Have you ever felt you might have to take control Peter George remembers an occasion when it was imperative.

More Free Landings And Free Lunches!
There is such a thing as a free lunch, courtesy of Today's Pilot! Save pounds (a^'a^'a^') at seven airfields this month.


Win An Utterly High-Flying Opportunity!
Europe's only professional wingwalking team, the Utterly Butterlys, are offering three high-flying Today's Pilot readers the amazing opportunity to experience the thrill of their own wingwalking display!

Going Places - Sleap
Sitting in the Lock Lounge at Sleap, looking over the aircraft parking area towards the wheat fields that surround the airfield and over to the mountains of Wales, is a pleasant way to spend an hour or so on a July day.

Operations - Weight And Balance
Far too many pilots only pay lip service to the very important issues of weight and balance. Malcolm Payne weighs it all up.

MEDICAL - Pilot Medical Fitness And Future European Law
Can European legislation enhance flight safety, or will it simply reduce flying Dr Peter Saundby argues that medical standards for private pilots should be balanced against the risk exposure of others.

GPS - Shopping Guide
Overview of the current range of GPS sets.

Out & About
This month we have photographs and reports from fly-in and air events at Leicester, Sandown, North Weald, Barton, Popham, Duxford and Baxterley.

Today's Pilot At Oshkosh
This year's AirVenture, the world's largest air event, attracted 11,000 aircraft and 770,000 visitors to Wisconsin - Steve Bridgewater was among the latter.

Owning And Operating - Jabiru Sk
"Great to build and fun to fly, an all-round winner - but an opinion somewhat jaded in recent weeks by an engine failure." Ken Delve spoke to Edmund Comber about his 'Dark Side of the Moon' Jabiru SK.

Helicopter Section And Helitech Preview

Helitech Preview
The world's premier helicopter technology and operations exhibition make its biennial visit to the UK in September. But what can visitors to Helitech 2003 expect to see

DIY Helicopters
The helicopter is one of the most capable forms of transport known to mankind, but capability comes at a price. To counter this, a growing number of helicopter pilots are opting to build their own machines.

London Heli-Lanes
Malcolm English joins Patriot Helicopters to fly the London Heli-lanes over Heathrow at 800ft!

Rotary Review
The helicopter is probably the most versatile type of flying machine. Mike Hirst looks at its past, present and future.

Flight Test Flaeming Air Saphir
As Jochen Ewald found out, the new Saphir (Sapphire) from Flaeming Air is a real 'jewel from Germany'
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