Cardiff Airport Fly-In Sunday 9 August 2015.
On Sunday 9 August Cardiff Airport will open its doors to invite private aircraft to ‘fly in’ to Cardiff for a one-off reduced landing fee of £15 only.
The ‘fly in’ is open to light...Read more
Use of NPPL or LAPL with N-REG Aircraft.
AOPA have had a response from the FAA to a query raised by Nick Wilcock, via the CAA, some two years ago in respect of the use of NPPL or LAPL with N-REG...Read more
Follow @FASVIG on Twitter.
If you are a Twitter user you can now follow FASVIG on Twitter. Please follow us @FASVIG - http://twitter.com/FASVIG
The FASVIG website - http://fasvig.org - is now setup to support tweeting of posts and pages so do please...Read more
Infringement hotspots face big reduction targets.
The number of serious airspace infringements at six of the highest risk air traffic zones in the UK, should be cut by much as 50 per cent over the next 12 months, to head off...Read more
VFR Guide for Norway - 2015 Edition.
The CAA Norway has updated its VFR Guide. The booklet is made to assist you as a VFR pilot in your planning and conduct of flight within Norwegian airspace. Here you can download it...Read more
GA Study launched by the European Commission.
In January 2015, the Directorate-General for Transport and Mobility of the European Commission (DG MOVE) commissioned the consultants COWI and Integra to study GA operations in Europe in order to better understand the current...Read more
AOPA Supports FASVIG Airspace Change Proposals.
AOPA has written in support of the proposal to amend the Solent CTA6 by raising the base by 500 feet to 3,000 feet.
This will clearly improve the safety of the airspace by increasing the narrow...Read more
Welcome to the May 2015 Enews of IAOPA Europe, which goes out to 23,000 aircraft owners and pilots in 27 countries across the continent.
Newsletter now available on the IAOPA EU website
EASA and IATA Move to Reduce Risk of Loss of Control Accidents :
The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and the International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced the publication of new training requirements for airline pilots to prevent loss of control...Read more
Dublin Flight Information Listening Squawk :
Dublin Flight Information will be introducing a listening squawk 0401 from 20th May 2015, when listening to FIS Frequency 118.500 MHz.
The Listening Squawk, officially known as a Frequency Monitoring Code, will play a vital...Read more