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AOPA @ AeroExpo UK Wycombe Air Park 13 to 15 June 2019

AOPA @ AeroExpo UK Wycombe Air Park 13 to 15 June 2019 It's not looking like flaming June but we hope to welcome many members and non-members to our Marquee. Members area with refreshments, finger buffet at Lunchtime, Wifi (subject to availability). Saturday lunchtime drinks with buffet. We will have…

Airspace infringements: April figures and moving map tips

Airspace infringements: April figures and moving map tips Figures for reported infringements in April are now available on the Airspace & Safety Initiative website: airspacesafety.com/facts-stats-and-incidents/ Infringement Stats for 2019: Follow @airspacesafety on twitter for tips and guidance on best use of a moving map.

Cotswold Airport’s AV8 Restaurant Reopening 28 June 2019

Cotswold Airport’s AV8 Restaurant Reopening 28 June 2019 Cotswold Airport have confirmed that the AV8 Restaurant will reopen to the public on Friday 28 June 2019, initially to those with table bookings, with the following message: "We are genuinely thrilled and reassured that so many people, some very passionately on…

CAA Call for evidence: Electronic Conspicuity Solutions - AOPA UK Response

CAA Call for evidence: Electronic Conspicuity Solutions - AOPA UK Response This is the AOPA UK response to the CAA's call for evidence in respect of Electronic Conspicuity solutions which was closed for submissions on 25 May 2019: AOPA has communicated with its members through our magazine, Enews and working…

Application inaccuracies leading to the incorrect issue of ratings

Application inaccuracies leading to the incorrect issue of ratings The CAA have observed that some applicants are failing to provide up to date information regarding ratings with their licensing application e.g. applicants are either providing an old copy of their licence with their application or are failing to inform them…

Confusion over Channel airspace restrictions

Confusion over Channel airspace restrictions There has been some confusion over restrictions for Beyond Visual Line of Sight operations over the Channel. This is partly due to the way the French produce NOTAMS and how the third party apps presents them. Manned and unmanned aircraft pilots seeing a large restricted…

Continuation of the IMC or IR(R) rating

Continuation of the IMC or IR(R) rating With the implementation of Commission Implementing Regulation (amendment) 2019/430 revising Article 4(8) to the EASA Aircrew Regulations, the CAA will continue to endorse the Instrument Rating (Restricted) (IR(R)) rating on UK CAA issued EASA PPL(A), CPL(A), MPL(A) and ATPL(A) licences until 8 April…

CAA announces first six participants for new innovation work

CAA announces first six participants for new innovation work From air taxis to artificial intelligence in air traffic control, the CAA has launched a new virtual space in which new technology can be safely tested – the ‘Innovation Sandbox’. The Sandbox is offering innovative companies the chance to discuss, explore,…

Maintenance programme approval (up to 2730 Kg)

Maintenance programme approval (up to 2730 Kg) This alert applies to Maintenance programmes for other than complex motor-powered aircraft (ELA2), aircraft up to 2730 Kg and piston engine aircraft (fixed wing and rotorcraft). Owners, operators, Part M subpart G (CAMO), Part 145 and Part M subpart F organisations must make…

CAA: Updated Cost Sharing Guidance

CAA: Updated Cost Sharing Guidance The CAA have updated their cost sharing guidance for Pilots at Passengers. View the guidance here.

Acceptance of training at a registered training facility after 8 April 2019

Acceptance of training at a registered training facility after 8 April 2019 All pilots and student pilots are reminded that since 8 April 2019 Registered Training Facilities (RTFs) cease to be valid entity for training. All NEW and FURTHER pilot training towards any EASA licence and associated ratings* training courses,…

NATS: Enabling ADS-B OUT for General Aviation gathers pace

Enabling ADS-B OUT for General Aviation gathers pace Efforts to help private pilots enhance their situational awareness continue to progress following analysis of the CAA’s simultaneous surveillance trial and the release of new EASA standard modification procedures. Further information can be found here. The trial took place last year to…
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