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PC Pilot Issue 137

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Cross Channel Car Ferries of the Air

For a few decades it was possible to cross the English Channel by booking onto an aircraft which could carry a car and its occupants. The development of this service was covered in the history of British United Air Ferries, which was featured in a supplement on Air Holdings (that owned a number of carriers) in the January 21, 1965 issue of ‘The Aeroplane and Commercial Aviation News’

PC Pilot - Issue 137 Downloads

Downloadable content for the January/February 2021 issue of PC Pilot.

Answers! Historic Aviation Quiz

Spoiler alert! If you want to know what aircraft are in this month's historic aviation quiz, look here. If you haven't done the quiz, turn back now...

Challenging Airports - Alert, Nunavut, Canada (CYLT) Feature Premium

Challenging Airports - Alert, Nunavut, Canada (CYLT)

In this instalment of our Challenging Airports series, we travel to the uniquely situated, northernmost permanently inhabited place on the planet: Alert, Canada.

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Challenging Airports - Narsarsuaq, Greenland (BGBW)

Whether you are flying scheduled airline routes to Narsarsuaq or utilising it as a mid-trip fuel stop on a longer journey, operating to the airport requires careful consideration and preparation due to the extremes of distance, weather and geography.

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Aviation News January 2022

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AirForces Monthly January 2022

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ICYMI: Qatar Airways CEO slams Airbus over A350 problems

Speaking in London recently, Akbar Al Baker, the CEO of Qatar Airways hit out at Airbus in a dramatic escalation of the row between the two companies

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Everything you need to know about the B-21 Raider ahead of its roll-out in 2022

The USAF's new long-range strategic stealth bomber, the Northrop Grumman B-21 Raider, is set to reshape the service's global strike force later this decade. We reveal what is known so far about this next-generation bomber ahead of its formal roll-out next year