The CAA has updated CAP1606 describing the changed 8.33 kHz channel spacing for sporting and recreational assignments. You can view the publication here.
RESTRICTION OF FLYING REGULATIONS FOR THE VISIT TO THE UNITED KINGDOM BY A HEAD OF STATE 3 – 5 JUNE 2019. A Head of State is to visit the United Kingdom during the period from 3 to 5 June 2019 inclusive. The visit will include a visit to D-Day 75th…
The UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has informed Leeds Bradford Airport that it has decided to refuse its airspace change proposal (ACP). The CAA document explaining their decision is here: www.caa.co.uk/cap1805.
Please ensure that you comply with RA(T)s, as published in AICs on the AIP website and via NOTAMs. We have been given an early indication that a significant RA(T) will be used on the 19th and 20th July for the Royal International Air Tattoo (RIAT) at RAF Fairford. The…
Another reminder that the allocated gliding channels were updated earlier this year. The details are as described in this table. Please click on the image to expand.
The Queens Birthday Flypast on 8 June 2019 is subject to a rolling RA(T), full details of which will be published as AIC M 052/2019 – AICs are published here. Although the restrictions are primarily to the east of London, the RA(T) is active in the very busy ‘Oxford gap’…
The BGA has published its response to the CAA call for evidence re electronic conspicuity. The CAA call for evidence closes on the 25th May 2019. You can view the BGA response and read more here.
Lasham Gliding Society has provided a press release that updates their latest news on the campaign against the decision by the Civil Aviation Authority to impose unnecessary controlled airspace around Farnborough airfield. You can read the latest update here.
Aeronautical Information Mauve pages include UK Airspace restrictions imposed in accordance with the Temporary Restriction of Flying Regulations. Please check NOTAMs daily for the latest information. See more here.
Pilots are reminded of a Temporary Danger Area established until the end of May 2019 to facilitate surveys taking place with the use of a Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS) Remotely Piloted Air System (RPAS). Read more here.