Brize Norton and Oxford ACP

Brize & Oxford airspace change proposals would double the surface area and treble the volume of their controlled airspace. If they go ahead in the current form the changes will affect all of us. Cross Country pilots will be severely impacted on all routes to the North East and East, aspiring Silver C pilots will be deprived of two easy options for badge flights and those of us who fly and train locally may find much more GA traffic routing over us to avoid the new airspace. See this page for details of the latest documents, actions and planned meetings

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Flying update – Friday 16th March

A small band of members came out to do some annual check flights today. We started with doing an Annual spin check in 913 and some launch failures in FYV, it gave ‘TommyV2’ the chance to launch the K21 for the first time. Sadly the wind increased past the crosswind ...
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Thursday Evening 15th March

Maintenancewise just a few bits of paperwork and a FLARM upgrade to finish the annual on P70. Its old ARC has not yet expired so it can now be flown. (New ARC arriving shortly) That’s the 2-seater fleet done for another year. Many thanks to Tim & his team for ...
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