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Microlight Flying magazine


Microlight Flying is the all-colour BMAA magazine all about microlights. Containing the latest news, views, letters, flight tests, reports and stories about flying, it is the premier microlight magazine available today.
 
 
 
 

Microlight Flying is edited by Geoff Hill who takes contributions from all members and regularly prints articles or stories of members' exploits. Contact him by email at mfeditor (at) bmaa.org

You can download Geoff's guide to writing for MF by clicking this link.

Microlight Flying is not sold in shops, neither is it available on subscription. The current edition goes only to members of the BMAA, who receive it free of charge 12 times a year as part of their membership services. To read the best microlight magazine available - join the BMAA!

 
The very early editions of Flightline are available on Terry Aspinall's website:

http://www.british-hang-gliding-history.com/magazines/flight-line/index.html
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