Brize Norton and Oxford ACP

Changing the airspace map of central England

Brize Norton & Oxford Airspace today

BEFORE

Brize Norton & Oxford Airspace Proposed

AFTER

Status

RAF Brize Norton and London Oxford Airport (LOA) at Kiddlington have both launched airspace change proposals (ACP) to establish more controlled airspace. The ACP documents are now in the consultation phase. This page collects ressources to help our members form their opinion on the proposed airspace and answer the consultation and will be updated as more information becomes available.

There are two ACP running in parallel and so two sets of documents.

The Brize Norton ACP webpage is https://www.raf.mod.uk/rafbrizenorton/flyinginfo/bznacp.cfm and the consultation document can be be downloaded as a PDF. Please note the erratta on the webpage as the consultation document hasn't been updated.

The Oxford ACP webpage is http://www.oxfordairport.co.uk/the-airport/public-consultation/ and the consultation document can be downloaded as a PDF.

Next actions

Steve Noujaim will host an information meeting and seminar at the club on the 17th of February 2018 at 17.00 or when the flying stop if earlier.  If weather precludes flying, the meeting will start at lunchtime. Detailed agenda to be confirmed. All welcomed.