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COVID-19: Travel to Channel Islands and Isle of Man

COVID-19: Travel to Channel Islands and Isle of Man The situation may change at short notice, so it is essential that you check for the latest NOTAM. At the time of writing, this is the situation: Jersey: Non-scheduled arrivals from outside Jersey must submit a General Declaration prior to departure.…

Updated Government guidance for GA ahead of the restart of dual and instructional flights

Updated Government guidance for GA ahead of the restart of dual and instructional flights The Department for Transport has published updated GA guidance on gov.uk ahead of the restart of dual and instructional flights, and the new social distancing guidelines that will apply in England from 4 July. AOPA Note:…

COVID-19 – Flight Training can Resume from 4 July 2020

COVID-19 – Flight Training can Resume from 4 July 2020 I was expecting to have to advise that the return to full flight training, which had been fully expected from 4 July, had been further delayed by the DfT. This was the position yesterday as advised by the DfT and…

Reviewing airspace classification

Reviewing airspace classification On 1 December 2020 the CAA will introduce a new procedure to review and, where appropriate, amend the classification of airspace. The classification determines the flight rules that apply in that airspace and the procedures that must be followed. Give your views on a draft of this…

COVID-19 Quarantine on Return to UK

COVID-19 Quarantine on Return to UK The Home Secretary has announced that from 8 June, all residents and visitors who are intending to travel to the United Kingdom are required to self-isolate for 14 days. This can be at their residence or pre-arranged accommodation e.g. a booked hotel, or at…

RAF Little Rissington Airspace Change Proposals

RAF Little Rissington Airspace Change Proposals This proposal is for a Permanent airspace change, and is level 2C. ID: ACP-2019-45 This proposal is for the establishment of a more formal airspace structure around RAF Little Rissington. This ACP is following a scaled process outlined in the CAA's ATZ Policy Statement…

Amendments to the Aircrew Regulation (EU) 2011/1178

Amendments to the Aircrew Regulation (EU) 2011/1178 All training providers and applicants need to be aware of changes to the Aircrew regulation that comes into effect on 22 June 2020, affecting the acceptance of Third Country ICAO licences and certificates. CAP 1939 provides a summary of the main changes and…

Recommencement of CPL and IR tests

Recommencement of CPL and IR tests The CAA is now recommencing the designation of examiners for Commercial Pilot License (CPL) and Instrument Rating (IR) tests. Authorised Training Organisations (ATO) may contact CAA Flight Test Bookings by email at testnotification@caa.co.uk to arrange dates and allocations of appropriate examiners. Before a test…

CAA confirms move to bring 450/600 kg aircraft under national regulation

CAA confirms move to bring 450/600 kg aircraft under national regulation Following a public consultation, the UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has today confirmed that new designs of aeroplanes and helicopters weighing between 450kg and 600kg will move from pan-European certification, under the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), to national…

Radiotelephony Manual (CAP413): Revised edition

Radiotelephony Manual (CAP413): Revised edition A new edition of CAP413 has been published today (8 June 2020) with an effective date of 17 August 2020. Edition 23 Corr (dated 8 June 2020), replaces Edition 23 (published 9 April 2020) in its entirety.

General Aviation in Scotland

General Aviation in Scotland Following communications between AOPA and Transport Scotland, we are pleased to publish the change in advice below and would thank Transport Scotland for listening and taking action: 3 June 2020 Further to my previous correspondence with some of you, this is to provide an update on…

CAA Payment Plan for Annual Charges

CAA Payment Plan for Annual Charges The CAA are now able offer a payment plan to cover 2020/2021 annual charges and spread the payments between now and the end of the February 2021. More information has been published on the CAA COVID-19 web page.Look under CAA Finances. Please email credit.control@caa.co.uk…
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