The November-December print edition of Australian Flying is out there right now for your reading pleasure. Adorned with a brilliant John Absolon shot of the new JMB Evolution LSA, it contains entertaining and informative writing from some of Australia's best aviation journalists. Haven't got it yet? Here's what awaits your eyes.
2019 Wings Awards
Announcing the winners of the 2019 general aviation Wings Awards, which recognise the passion and commitment of the dedicated people that have made the GA community what it is.
The Man at the Helm
Paul Southwick caught up with CASA Chairman Tony Mathews on the first anniversary of his appointment and asked some direct questions.
Testing the Water
Nautical aviation is a discipline all to itself, but getting a seaplane rating also has challenges and delights that don't come with keeping your wheels on dry land. Paul Southwick report on his latest training adventure.
Flight Test: VL3 Evolution
The JMB VL3 Evolution is a recreational aircraft that is a cut above the average. Fast, sleek and luxurious, the Evolution left John Absolon wondering if he was testing an aeroplane or a sports car.
It's all in the Bag
Navigation apps have come a long way since inception and it seems they still have a long way to go. This report from Andrew Andersen looks at how they are changing our cockpits and reviews the best on the Australian market.
Lessons from a Logbook
Jim Davis at his balloon-busting best with some yarns about the earliest days of his commercial career and the giant leap he took in buying a Tiger Moth.
Reach for the Sky
A Tiger Moth might not be everyone's dream aeroplane, but it was the one aircraft that Tony Self yearned to fly from a young age. At last his dream came true as he qualified to fly this iconic biplane.
Facing the Future
Regulation and competition has presented flight training organisations with several decisions they need to make to meet the demands of the future. Steve Hitchen investigates how schools are changing to meet the challenges coming their way.
Putting them to Work
Are passengers the greatest untapped resource in general aviation? Kreisha Ballantyne comes up with some ideas on how passengers can make a pilot's workload much less.
When only the Best will Do
Paul Southwick presents a profile of a Cessna 340 that is the envy and desire of all those who see it pass by.
Plus Editorial, Airmail, News, Products, Down to Business, Rotors, Good Sports, A Spot of Recreation, What Can We Learn, Kreisha of Habit and Short Final.