The latest edition, including reports up to March 2020 (plus a late additions section) has been published by Crecy, under the long established authorship of Ken Ellis.
Although looking a little slimmer than the last edition (unlike many of us with a pandemic induced bulge) the page count is the same and, as would be expected, the coverage continues to provide excellent coverage of its subject. The format is unchanged with 348 pages covering all UK regions and Ireland. Various appendices make up the balance, including a "Submerged" section for those divers amongst us. Because printing was delayed by COVID-19 there are a couple of pages of latest updates past the original March 2020 date.
Just a few niggles - why do Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland not merit listings by county / authority as in England? - a few too many "grumpy old man" type opinions in the narrative (see RAF Museum London for instance) - why is the Classic Ultralight Heritage Collection at Llanfrynach not included?
I would recommend this for those interested in the UK's aviation heritage.
It is hoped to have this stocked by the Air-Britain Sales operation - check the website for details in due course.
I note your comments regarding W&R 27, but I'm sure everyone will agree it's still invaluable to have on your bookshelf. In the 'Before You Start' section Ken explains his reasoning for the layouts of Scotland, Wales & NI. Being one of those Englanders he mentions it's a good test for my geographical knowledge. I think Ken would agree that he is now amongst the Grumpy Old Men Brigade. His style has been honed over many Editions. By the way - have you checked the Acknowledgements? I always do to make sure he's spelt my name correctly. But if you check carefully there are many interesting contributors. It's a test to check on his way his brain thinks - he does it in every Edition.