And here it is, just in time for the Australian International Airshow. The March-April 2019 edition of Australian Flying has now been delivered to outlets and letterboxes right around the country. The front cover sports a brilliant red Brumby 610 thanks to owner Jack Vevers. Here's what's inside.

Avalon's Big Show
With the Australian International Airshow upon us once again, Steve Hitchen previews the best of what we can expect to see in the air and on the ground.

Situational Recovery
Qantas pilot and former fighter pilot John Absolon goes back to basics with some Upset Prevention and Recovery Training, something quite a lot of pilots could do with a refresher on.

Flight Test: Brumby 610 Evolution
Cowra's Brumby Aircraft has stuck with proven construction methods to produce a Light Sport Aircraft that has all the hallmarks of a true general aviation machine. Steve Hitchen flies a Brumby 610 Evolution.

Staying Connected
Kreisha Ballantyne wraps up her series on internet aviation resources with a close look at social media.

Lessons from a Logbook
Jim Davis moves on to higher things, but finds the transition is regularly not as smooth as it starts out.

Waiting in the Wings
Aircraft manufacturers announce new models long before they reach the show room floors. Andrew Andersen looks at some of the types still in development and shows us what to expect in the coming few years.

Reading the Signs
There are arrows, markers and indicators all over airports to guide pilots during ground manoeuvres, but do you know what they mean? Tony Self did some investigating.

Building a Balbo
Mass flybys are real attention grabbers, but the show in the sky hides all the preparation and practice needed to pull it off. Steve Hitchen has the inside word on what it takes to get an air armada up and flying.

Plus Editorial, Airmail, News, Down to Business, Products, Rotors, Good Sports, A Spot of Recreation, Safety Matters, What Can We Learn and Short Final.

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