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    YFT new website

    Wednesday, September 6th, 2017

    YFT has a new website

    GO TO    http://pmaviation.com.au/

    All shop products will be on the new site soon go to ACCESSORIES and then PILOT SHOP

    You can also email orders through from the new site.

    Crossing the Channel in a Flexwing Microlight – FFF first international flight

    Thursday, June 8th, 2017

    Crossing the Channel….

    Here the team take on the Channel from Dover to Calais. It is the first international crossing for most of the team and everyone is pretty excited with life jackets and personal location beacons!

    Jordans first trike flight

    Tuesday, June 6th, 2017

    Gary Berdeaux with BeachFlight Aviation in Gulf Shores, Alabama takes Jordan Mondy from Salt Air Aviation Center up for his first trike flight. Special thanks to our friends at Salt Air Aviation Center and Jack Edwards National Airport.

    PulsR & QuikR

    Saturday, May 20th, 2017

    PulsR quikR 2017-04-09 win 12 KT gust of wind 18Kt / 90 cross w.



    Trike Flight North Island NZ

    Friday, May 19th, 2017

    Pirate ship 2017

    Friday, May 5th, 2017

    FAI World Air Games 2015: Highlights from Day 10

    Saturday, March 25th, 2017

    “The World Air Games is our version of the Olympic Games, it’s a big deal for us.” Chris Saysell (GB), David Broom (GB) and Paul Dewhurst (GB) talk microlights and flying in Dubai at the FAI World Air Games 2015.



    Trike flies over Bryce Canyon National Park

    Saturday, March 25th, 2017

    Bryce Canyon – one of the most distinguishing and beautiful landscape in America. Tens of thousands skinny spires of rock called “Hoodoos” were created by the frost wedging by 200 days a year ice frozen in the ground



    Desert Valley to 12,000 Feet White Peak – Mt. Charleston, Nevada

    Saturday, March 25th, 2017

    Took off from Calvada Meadow Airpark (NV74) located at 2,700 feet desert, climbed hard to 12,500 feet above Mt. Charleston, 8th highest peak in the state. The peak was covered with more than 20 feet snow from several storms in this winter.



    QuikR through Glencoe March 2016

    Saturday, March 25th, 2017


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