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Help with 8.33 kHz

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A shortage of aviation radio frequencies across Europe means that most existing frequencies are being split to reduce the gap between them, allowing the introduction of more frequencies. As a result owners of general aviation aircraft will need to ensure that any radios fitted can transmit and receive on both…

Use of 8.33 kHz handheld radios

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As reported previously, all radios need to be capable of operating on 8.33 kHz from 2018. Following discussion with the BGA, the CAA has published information notice 2015/098 describing an extension of CAA Equipment Approval LA301075 for handheld 8.33 kHz channel spaced VHF radios for use by operators of EASA…

Young instructor bursaries

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Following a successful first round of funding in 2015, the Honourable Company of Air Pilots has generously supplied further funding for young pilots gliding instructor bursaries in 2016. Full details are included on the application form that can be viewed and downloaded here.

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