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Helicopter Safety Seminar

Helicopter Safety Seminar The CAA is holding another helicopter safety seminar in collaboration with the British Helicopter Association (BHA) at The Stafford Cripps Building, Cranfield University on 8 May 2019. The seminar will run from 10:00-16:00 with a light lunch provided. The event will include presentations on UAV and UTM,…

CAA Update to EU exit information – Occurrence Reporting

CAA Update to EU exit information – Occurrence Reporting The CAA created a new tab on occurrence reporting on their website in the event of a non-negotiated EU exit. Organisations that are required to provide mandatory occurrence reports should read this page.

CAA Call for evidence: Electronic Conspicuity Solutions

CAA Call for evidence: Electronic Conspicuity Solutions Electronic conspicuity (EC) is one of the most important airspace modernisation initiatives because of its potential to unlock safety benefits and save lives by reducing the likelihood of infringements and mid-air collisions. By ensuring the full adoption of EC solutions in targeted blocks…

CAA 2019/20 Statutory Schemes of Charges

CAA 2019/20 Statutory Schemes of Charges The CAA have published their schemes of charges for 2019/20 effective from 1 April 2019: ORS5 No. 345 CAA Scheme of Charges (Air Operator & Police Air Operator Certification) ORS5 No. 346 CAA Scheme of Charges (Airworthiness, Noise Certification and Aircraft and Aircraft Engine…

CAA Standards Document 19(H) updated

CAA Standards Document 19(H) updated The CAA have updated Standards Document No. 19(H)V4. This document sets out the guidance for applicants taking the Skill Test for the grant of a Private Pilot’s Licence (PPL)(H) or a Light Aircraft Pilot Licence (LAPL)(H) and defines UK Policy and means of Compliance with…

EASA - Easy access rules

EASA - Easy access rules EASA have now published Easy Access Rules for Aircrew (Regulation (EU) No 1178/2011) on their Easy Access Rules Page. The easy access rules contain the technical requirements and administrative procedures related to civil aviation aircrew, displayed in a consolidated, easy-to-read format with advanced navigation features…

RAF Cosford - Aviation Education Conference 23 March 2019

RAF Cosford - Aviation Education Conference 23 March 2019 The conference is open to all ages and we encourage all educators and aviation enthusiasts to attend. This year's conference will focus on careers in aviation and STEM, giving teachers the chance to come along, learn more and inspire the next…

Skyrora to launch Sounding Rocket - Kildermorie Estate Northern Scotland

Skyrora to launch Sounding Rocket - Kildermorie Estate Northern Scotland Skyrora are a launch vehicle development company headquartered in Edinburgh. Their main goal is to design and manufacture orbital launch vehicles for small satellites in line with the plans of the UK government, to be launched from a future launchpad…

ADS-B out installation on EASA GA Aircraft

 ADS-B out installation on EASA GA Aircraft  For owners of GA aircraft on the EASA register that have a transponder, which is capable of ADS-B (extended squitter) but have not had a suitable GNSS position source, it is expected that EASA will shorlty be releasing an update to CS-STAN Standard…

Pilot Fined for Luton Airspace Infringements

Pilot Fined for Luton Airspace Infringements The pilot of a light aircraft has pleaded guilty to flying over Luton Airport without clearance from air traffic control, four times in the same day. The pilot’s actions led to four passenger aircraft and a business jet having to be given avoiding instructions…

GPS Week Rollover 6 April 2019

GPS Week Rollover 6 April 2019 On Saturday 6 April at 23:59:42 UTC the GPS week count will rollover and be reset to zero. This may cause some GPS receivers to show database expiry messages or stop displaying some live services that are timestamped. GPS position data should not be…

UK Airprox Board - February 2019 Report

UK Airprox Board - February 2019 Report The UK Airprox Board monthly summary report for February 2019 has been published. Earlier summary reports can be found here. This month’s predominant theme was poor planning and execution by pilots (15 cases). Alongside this there were execution errors such as inattention to…
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