PPL Ground School available in Central London.
Following the popularity of our courses, AOPA are pleased to advise that a further evening programme of PPL Ground School will be run at our Central London offices.
Starting on 4 October 2016, AOPA will...Read more
FlyPlymouth launching new Crowdfunding to reopen Plymouth Airport.
Last year, FlyPlymouth launched a Crowdfunding exercise which raised around £22,000 in a few weeks. This funding allowed FlyPlymouth to develop a business plan for the future of Plymouth Airport and present it...Read more
Eligibility of Pilots to Conduct Airworthiness Check Flights.
The CAA have published Information Notice IN-2016/081 to advise that the CAA no longer provides briefings to pilots for conducting airworthiness check flights.
The responsibility for deciding when a check flight should be performed...Read more
8.33 kHz radios.
From 1 January 2018 all aircraft operating in airspace that requires the carriage of a radio must have 8.33kHz-compatable equipment fitted and operational. This means that all General Aviation (GA) aircraft must comply with this change to UK law...Read more
Self-Declared Maintenance Programmes.
An amendment to the EASA Part M Regulation introduced the Self-Declared Maintenance Programme (SDMP) and applies to ELA1 aircraft not involved in Commercial Operations.
The transition to the EASA Regulations means that the generic UK Light Aircraft Maintenance Programme...Read more
Part NCC-OPS & PART-ORO Template Manuals.
IAOPA Europe is happy to finally make available a template for an NCC Operations Manual which is written from the ground up with the intent of fulfilling all relevant requirements in Part-NCC and Part-ORO in...Read more
Why airspace infringements have the potential to impact all of us.
In 2015 the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) received over 1100 infringement reports. Almost 650 of these infringements were reported by NATS, the remaining were from other ANSPs and Military units.
New ANO live.
PRESS NOTICE LIVE: http://www.caa.co.uk/News/Air-Navigation-Order-2016/?catid=4294967430
BLOG LIVE: http://www.caa.co.uk/Blog-Posts/The-revised-Air-Navigation-Order/?catid=4294967430
CAP 393 old and new are both available: www.caa.co.uk/CAP393
The Air Navigation Order 2016.
The Air Navigation Order (ANO) 2016 has been published and will come into effect on 25 August 2016.
You can find the full ANO here.
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There are many references to the ANO contained within...Read more
Dangers of Overflying Gliding Sites.
Following a number of recent incidents that have compromised safety when aircraft over-flying glider sites have come into close proximity with winch-launching gliders, the UK Airprox Board (UKAB) and the British Gliding Association (BGA) seek to...Read more