In a case of something old being made new, Vancouver-based Harbour Air plans to convert its de Havilland and Cessna fleet to all-electric aircraft.
Hovering slowly and precisely along the taxiway I couldn’t help but be reminded of the time I flew a Harrier T.Mk10. I’d thought that the Harrier was an incredible flying machine, but the F-35 is something else! In fact, as soon as I sat down onto the Martin-Baker Mk16 ejection seat it was immediately apparent
Reporter Dave Unwin’s Sunday at Farnborough ended on a high. Literally. Having already done several days at Farnborough (and being a firm believer in the old saying that “you can have too much of a good thing”) about the only way you would’ve got me back would’ve been the opportunity to fly something interesting home.
It was safety first for some of the flying displays in light of the recent Shoreham tragedy but amidst the fluff and filler a few vertical dazzlers made the crowds collectively catch their breath, as Dave Unwin reports from the Farnborough Airshow. As the Australian Aviation team waddled expectantly through Farnborough’s near airport-like security screening