Published by the British Microlight Aircraft Association (BMAA)

Microlight Flying magazine (MF)

Written and edited by award-winning journalists with international links. Distributed each month direct to the BMAA membership and available as a download alongside a monthly digital e-newsletter known as eMF. In addition, the print magazine is distributed to targeted locations and is available at special aviation events.

Eagerly awaited, highly regarded and often amusing, Microlight Flying and eMF are packed with articles and great images, together they represent the one-stop shop for all the latest news and views from around the country and beyond. A valued reference point for pilots and many others interested in light sport aviation. They cover the big issues plus insight and opinion from the leading voices in the sport.

Missing MF?
If your MF doesn't arrive it can be a post problem. Please go to the page at the following link to report it to us. Follow this link

Reading Microlight Flying online

Just click on the link below. You will need to be a BMAA member and logged into this website. Follow this link to log in to this web site .You can download each magazine as a .pdf. They are rather large files, maintaining the quality of the images, so please be patient.

MF Photo Competition

Every month eMF, our mid-month online magazine, publishes the great photos received from members, with the best of the best appearing in MF and the monthly winners going into the prestigious annual competition to pick the top three of the year. 

Writing for MF

The Editor of MF is always happy to receive contributions from members on topics of interest to microlight pilots. If you would like to submit an article, please first read the Editor's guide to writing for MF which you can download herePlease try and follow as closely as you can our house style. You can download our house style guide hereWhen you are ready to submit your article please use this email address ghillster@gmail.com

Aircraft Buyers' Guide. The MF team have published a Buyers' Guide which will now be published on this website as a stand alone page, meaning that you don't have to download a whole copy of MF to read it. To read the Buyers' Guide follow this link.

Before Microlight Flying magazine there was Flight Line, the first magazine of the BMAA.

We have linked to electronic copies of Flight Line below. They are quite large files, but well worth a read.