It may have begun life under a different name, but the Cessna 400—the range-leading latest addition to Cessna’s world-leading family of piston singles—is an appropriate stablemate to its high-winged siblings, according to Graeme Mollison and Geoff Cooper, who both flew the Cessna 400 during its recent New Zealand demonstration tour.
This second part of Dave Homewood’s two-part article about the history of the RNZAF’s longest serving aerobatic team brings us to the present day.
Accompanied by their stunning photography, Iwan Bögels and Tieme Festner’s article about a Polish Air Force temporary deployment to Lithuania provides a fascinating insight into the way NATO and the global military situation has changed in the past 20 years.
Offering his qualified opinions on the offerings at this year’s recent EAA Oskosh event, Mike Friend discovers a number of interesting developments.
Farnborough is virtually “home” for Pacific Wings’ London-based European correspondent, Peter Cooper, who reports from the highly successful 2008 Farnborough International Airshow.