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The latest issue of FLYER out now! Packed full of features, the current issue includes Oshkosh! 7 days to eat, sleep and breathe aviation. If there's one aviation event you must go to at least once, it's the EAA AirVenture at Oshkosh, Wisconsin, USA. Ian Seager and Ed Hicks report from this year's show, one of the best ever. One mad week: when Airbus announced it was going to fly its all-electric E-Fan prototype across the English Channel, all hell let loose. Here's the electrifying story of a worthy event that nearly turned into a PR disaster for the giant aircraft maker. Flying in New England, USA is this month's Flying Adventure. Five Bristol Aero Club mates, led by David Chambers, rent two C172s and go touring. They visited 22 airfields, from the big to the tiny and had a whale of a time. Aviation oil: engineer Jerry Parr opens up the crankcases and spills the beans on the vital black stuff. What it does? Some problems to look out for and what are the choices for different engines. Is it any good? Garmin's D2 Bravo pilot watch, that is. It's slimmer and more stylish than the original D2 but is a wrist-mounted navigation device ever going to be worth it? Six free landing fees worth a total of 47: Full Sutton, Newcastle County Wicklow, Sittles Farm, Stoke Golding, Tibenham and Yatesbury. Use any one and you've paid for this month's issue of FLYER! All this and much more in the latest issue of FLYER, on sale now.

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