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In this issue

Inside this month:
Special Feature
Aviation Training
In 2020 the COVID-19 pandemic devastated aviation, including most flight schools around the world. Now that the pandemic is mostly something of the past, African Pilot looked at how flight schools have managed their business by limiting exposure of their staff, instructors and students. (Read more on page 100)

Inside this month:
AERO Friedrichshafen 2022
AERO 2022 was a great success! General Aviation is optimistically tackling the challenges of the future and presented a wide range of solutions for even greater safety and sustainability at the four-day leading trade show in Friedrichshafen. The exhibiting companies and the international trade audience were thrilled to meet and exchange ideas in person again. (Read more on page 184)

A visit to NAMPO
On Thursday, 19 May I flew to NAMPO near Bothaville in the Free State from Brakpan with Charles Fuller, Rob Osner and Tony Kent is Charles’ delightful Trinidad. The early morning flight was remarkably smooth and on arrival, it was clear that the airfield was very busy with arriving aircraft and helicopters. Full article with picture gallery and video. (Read more on page 34)

President's Trophy Air Race
This year’s Presidents Trophy Air Race was held at Tempe airport Bloemfontein. The race had been traditionally held on the last weekend of May, but with the advent of the Botswana airshow also taking place on the same weekend it was decided to move it a week earlier, which if we all had the perfect hindsight, with the Botswana airshow cancelled for this year, we could have held it on its traditional date and subsequently avoided these final days of most unseasonal weather that cover the central part of South Africa over the race weekend. (Read more on page 174)

African Pilot Magazine Description:

PublisherWavelengths 10 (Pty) Ltd.

CategoryFlying & Aviation



African Pilot is a niche market specialist aviation magazine that has been publishing uninterrupted for the past eighteen years. Subscribers to the magazine can expect glossy layouts with a modern ‘coffee table’ look featuring South African, African and world aviation events, interesting facts about aviation, historical features and general news within aviation. African Pilot is the only South African aviation magazine that strives and is most successful at covering most southern African aviation events. The magazine provides a platform for the organizers of airshows and specific aviation events to market their particular event to members of the public.

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