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Manchester Low-Level Route Procedure Changes

Manchester Low-Level Route Procedure Changes At 2359 hours on 25 March 2020, the UK’s exemption from the SERA Class D visual meteorological conditions (VFR minima) below 3000 ft expires. To reflect this change, the procedures for the use of the Manchester Low-Level Route have been amended. With effect from 0001…

ORS4 1354: Extension of Validity Periods (Commercial Licences and Ratings)

ORS4 1354: Extension of Validity Periods (Commercial Licences and Ratings) The CAA have published ORS4 1354 which details the extension of validity periods for (Commercial) Licences, Ratings and Certificates of Aircrew, Instructors, Examiners, Aircraft Maintenance Licence Holders and Air Traffic Controllers. EASA are expected to publish the equivalent framework for…

Official Coronavirus Support - Summary

Official Coronavirus Support - Summary We have been looking at what the Governments recent announcements may mean for General Aviation businesses because, as we know, high level announcements often lack the detail which needs to be understood. Below is a summary of those Business support measures that apply in England…

Airspace Change Masterplan Consultation Extension

Airspace Change Masterplan Consultation Extension The UK Civil Aviation Authority has made the decision to extend the deadline of our public engagement on the proposed criteria that the Civil Aviation Authority will use to determine whether to accept the Airspace Change Masterplan. This will allow stakeholders a greater opportunity to…

CAA Delays introduction of 2020/21 Charges

CAA Delays introduction of 2020/21 Charges As a consequence of the severity of the current COVID-19 outbreak and its impact worldwide, the CAA has decided to delay the implementation of its recently proposed charge increases, scheduled to come into effect on 1 April 2020, for three months to assist the…

Free Website Advert if you are Trading through the current Emergency

Free Website Advert if you are Trading through the current Emergency AOPA UK are offering a helping hand to those businesses trying to continue trading during the current Coronavirus emergency restrictions. You can let people know that you are still operating your business by placing a FREE advert on this…

EASA - Statement on Exemption Measures during Cornavirus Restrictions

EASA - Statement on Exemption Measures during Coronavirus Restrictions "We would like to inform you that the Agency has provided to Member States an exemption template in accordance with Article 71(1) of Regulation (EU) 2018/1139 to support Member States in a collective and harmonised adoption of exemption measures aimed at…

AOPA Members Working Group - March meeting cancelled

AOPA Members Working Group - March meeting cancelled Due to current Coronavirus restrictions the next AOPA Members Working Group meeting, scheduled for 28 March 2020 at White Waltham, has now been cancelled. If the situation has returned to normal, the remaining dates for 2020 will be: 18 July 2020 -…

Coronavirus Restrictions

Coronavirus Restrictions Following the Governments announcements and guidelines on Monday AOPA has decided to restrict access the London office at 50a Cambridge Street for essential business only : therefore for the time being it will not be open to visitors. AOPA members of staff all have the facilities to work…

CAA Part-ML Guidance updated

CAA Part-ML Guidance updated In March 2020, changes to EASA regulations will separate the existing continuing airworthiness requirements for 'Light Aircraft' from the requirements applicable for licensed air carriers and other complex motor-powered aircraft. The CAA will be developing their webpages over the coming months to help organisations and personnel…

Brize Norton infringement hot-spot

Brize Norton infringement hot-spot The latest infringement hot-spot narrative has been written by members of the Air Traffic Control Unit at Royal Air Force Brize Norton. Ten more hot-spot narratives can be found on the Local area information page on the Airspace & Safety Initiative website.

From 8 April 2020 EASA CoA Aircraft may only be operated by holders of a Part-FCL (EASA) Licence

From 8 April 2020 EASA CoA Aircraft may only be operated by holders of a Part-FCL (EASA) Licence UK National pilot licence holders are reminded that they will no be able to operate an aeroplane with an EASA certificate of airworthiness (CoA) from 8 April 2020 due to a European…
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