The latest print issue of Australia's best general aviation magazine, Australian Flying, is now ready for your eyes! The July-August edition has hit the streets and is available through most newsagencies or in your very own letter box. Capped by a great shot of the new Alto 916TG LSA, the magazine is packed with interesting and informative articles for your enjoyment. Here's what you'll find inside.

Choosing Your Weapon
What best for your business: a jet or a turbo-prop? Andrew Andersen looks at one question the corporate aviation sector is grappling with and gives some insights into the buying decisions being made.

Flight Test: Alto 912TG
Steve Hitchen checks out a new all-metal Light Sport Aircraft that goes back to basics but promises a lot of capability.

A Vision of the Future
Cirrus has just released the latest version of its innovative SF50 Vision jet. Paul Southwick travels to Knoxville, Tennessee to see if it matches up to the hype surrounding it.

Simulating Experiences
Helicopter simulation is lagging behind its fixed-wing counterparts, but a couple of Australian innovations are proving that the gap is closing. Paul Southwick reports.

Lessons from a Logbook
In this episode, young Jim Davis finds himself embroiled in the diamond industry of South Africa's Kimberley region, experiencing both the legal and illegal sides of the trade.

This Time it's Personal
Kreisha Ballantyne outlines the value of a Personal Minimums Checklist and offers some sound advice on how to make yours.

Protecting Little Ears
Are you doing the best you can to make sure your child's ears are adequately protected? Steve Hitchen looks at the topic of children's headsets and investigates what's on the market.

Good in Theory
Theory exams are a daunting prospect for most aspiring aviators. Kreisha Ballantyne discusses the best ways for students to approach exams with some of Australia's best aviation theory experts.

And there's also:

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

Get out and get yours right now!

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