More ro­tary, please!

Pilot - - AIRMAIL -

I en­joy read­ing your mag­a­zine as it has some great ar­ti­cles. How­ever, I have no­ticed that, for the UK’S lead­ing gen­eral avi­a­tion mag­a­zine, there is a dis­tinct lack of ro­tary avi­a­tion news. I un­der­stand that he­li­copters are less com­mon than fixed wing air­craft but two pages of ro­tary news and pe­ri­odic re­views to me does not show the va­ri­ety there is in GA. Surely a well es­tab­lished mag­a­zine can see the lack in con­tent?

If there were more ro­tary, I be­lieve there would be more in­ter­est and I, for one, would pur­chase the mag­a­zine more than I cur­rently do. I’ve been study­ing for a while the course for PPL(H) and I’m in­ter­ested in read­ing more from those who have ex­pe­ri­ence in this area. Ar­ti­cles and ad­vice about ro­tary would ben­e­fit not just me but oth­ers. When the re­views and ar­ti­cles do ap­pear I find them very use­ful. In my opin­ion Pi­lot mag­a­zine has a nar­row view on gen­eral avi­a­tion. Dan Hornby, Col­wyn Bay We do our best to en­sure the spread of Pi­lot’s con­tent matches the ra­tio of PPL(A)S to PPL(H)S. Not ev­ery­body has an in­ter­est in ro­tary-wing, but we’d be happy to pub­lish more ma­te­rial, were it avail­able — Ed

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