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PPL Ground School available in Central London

01-08-2018

PPL Ground School available in Central London

PPL Ground School available in Central London. Following the popularity of our courses, AOPA are pleased to advise that a further evening programme of PPL Ground School will be run at our Central London offices. The School will take place at the...

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Implementation of Performance Based Navigation – Guidance for Pilots

18-08-2017

Implementation of Performance Based Navigation – Guidance for Pilots

Implementation of Performance Based Navigation – Guidance for Pilots The CAA have published Information Notice IN–2017/034 which gives further information on the implementation of European Commission Regulation (EU) No. 539/2016 Performance Based Navigation (PBN) that amends European Commission Regulation (EU) No...

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ADSB in/out can improve Safety and Reduce Infringements

18-08-2017

ADSB in/out can improve Safety and Reduce Infringements

ADSB in/out can improve Safety and Reduce Infringements The UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) today confirmed that ADS-B 'in/out' using 1090 MHz is its preferred national system to improve electronic conspicuity for general aviation, ideally used through transponders. The CAA is...

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Annual General Meeting 19 September 2017

02-08-2017

Annual General Meeting 19 September 2017

Annual General Meeting 19 September 2017 The 51st Annual General Meeting of the British Light Aviation Centre Ltd, trading as the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association of the UK, will be held on Tuesday 19th September 2017 at AOPA, 50a Cambridge...

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UK Aviation Strategy - Have Your Say

28-07-2017

UK Aviation Strategy - Have Your Say

UK Aviation Strategy - Have Your Say The Government has published a Call for Evidence on its Aviation Strategy, to be followed by several Green Papers, leading to a White Paper for a new Strategy by the end of 2018. You can...

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The Evolution of General Aviation and Light Aircraft

27-07-2017

The Evolution of General Aviation and Light Aircraft

The Evolution of General Aviation and Light Aircraft - from Moth to eGo The Royal Aeronautical Society would like to formally invite you to an evening lecture with Dr Ronald Smith FRAeS, Aeronautical Engineer and Author taking place on Thursday 7th...

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Man prosecuted for flying without a licence

18-07-2017

Man prosecuted for flying without a licence

Man prosecuted for flying without a licence A 68-year-old man, who flew an aircraft without a valid pilot's licence, has been fined and ordered to pay the UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) costs. Andrew Hart, took off in a PA 28 light...

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Acceptance of Training Gained Prior to 17 September 2012

14-07-2017

Acceptance of Training Gained Prior to 17 September 2012

Acceptance of Training Gained Prior to 17 September 2012 The CAA have published Information Notice IN-2017/012.  Although this was issued in April, it will only apply until the end of September 2017 and will not be re-issued. Pilots who need to...

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Third Country Licences: Use Within The United Kingdom

14-07-2017

Third Country Licences: Use Within The United Kingdom

Third Country Licences: Use Within The United Kingdom The CAA have published Information Notice IN-2017/029. The purpose of IN-2017/029 is to advise on the policy regarding the use of Third Country Licences issued in accordance with ICAO Annex I and their...

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Birmingham Airport Consultation on Proposed changes to SID from Runway 33

04-07-2017

Birmingham Airport Consultation on Proposed changes to SID from Runway 33

Birmingham Airport Consultation on Proposed changes to SID from Runway 33 Birmingham Airport is a strategic national asset, making a significant contribution to the West Midlands economy, serving its demand for air transport and acting as a catalyst to boost employment...

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