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Confirmation that General Exemption ORS4 No.1453 will expire 31 December 2021

Confirmation that General Exemption ORS4 No.1453 will expire 31 December 2021 Previous UK CAA licence holders who obtained their EASA licence between 1 January 2021 and 31 March 2021 will no longer be able to operate on UK (G-registered) aircraft from 1 January 2022 unless they gain a UK Part-FCL…

New and updated Safety Sense Leaflet: Winter Flying

New and updated Safety Sense Leaflet: Winter Flying The latest new and updated Safety Sense Leaflet on Winter Flying has been launched. This form part of the popular General Aviation (GA) Safety Sense Leaflets series which the CAA is currently updating. For further hints and tips check out the CAAs…

Proposed Airspace Change to Enable RPAS Operations from RAF Fairford

Proposed Airspace Change to Enable RPAS Operations from RAF Fairford This proposal is for a Permanent change to the notified airspace design, and the change level is TBC. The detailed process requirements are published in Part 1 of CAP 1616. In order to support NATO’s Agile Combat Employment concept, the…

Enforcement Guidance and Draft Statement of Policy on Penalties - Air Traffic Management and Unmanned Aircraft Act 2021 Part 1

Enforcement Guidance and Draft Statement of Policy on Penalties - Air Traffic Management and Unmanned Aircraft Act 2021 Part 1 Historically, neither the government nor the CAA have had the powers to guarantee or compel that airspace change as part of a wider modernisation programme is taken forward. Following consultation,…

Consultation on cost sharing regulations for private pilots

Consultation on cost sharing regulations for private pilots The CAA have launched a consultation on proposed changes to the current cost sharing regulations for private pilots. Overview Cost sharing flights are flights shared by private individuals. The ‘cost-share’ element refers to the costs of the specific flight which can be…

New Safety Sense: VFR Moving Maps

New Safety Sense: VFR Moving Maps The second in the revised series of the popular General Aviation Safety Sense Leaflets covers VFR moving map devices. Download Safety Sense: VFR Moving Map Devices. This quick guide covers the minimum levels of proficiency you should have when using a moving map and…

New Customs Reporting Requirements for General Aviation (GA) from 1 January 2022 (GB & NI)

New Customs Reporting Requirements for General Aviation (GA) from 1 January 2022 (GB & NI) There will be new customs reporting requirements for General Aviation (GA) aircraft travelling from Great Britain (GB) and Northern Ireland (NI) to the European Union (EU) from 1 January 2022. GA aircraft are currently required…

Statutory charges FY22/23: Consultation

Statutory charges FY22/23: Consultation The CAA Statutory charges FY22/23 consultation has now been published and explains their proposals for revisions to the existing CAA Charges Schemes, due to take effect from 1 April 2022. The CAA look forward to receiving feedback on these proposals, in particular from those they regulate.…

REMINDER: FAA certificate holders permanently residing in the UK

REMINDER: FAA certificate holders permanently residing in the UK The exemption to provide additional time for FAA Airman Certificate holders who permanently reside in the UK using the declaration process, to be able to convert to a UK Part-FCL licence, expires on 21 December 2021 (midnight). No extension or change…

Channel Islands - Pilot Medical Declaration (PMD) Validity

Channel Islands - Pilot Medical Declaration (PMD) Validity Following an approach made to the Channels Islands Directors of Civil Aviation by our Channel Islands AOPA Representative, the DCAs have now published a letter of No Operational Objection to UK CAA Pilot Medical Declarations:"For the purpose of this document the “Office…

Approved Aircraft Parts in Stock

Approved Aircraft Parts in Stock AOPA has followed up with the CAA "rumours" posted on a well-known forum along the lines of "Any EASA approved Spare parts stocked in their stores, obtained after the start of 2020 that are not also FAA approved, will have to be examined by a…

Entry to the UK: ID Card Changes from 1st October 2021

Entry to the UK: ID Card Changes from 1st October 2021 From 1 October 2021, most EU, EEA and Swiss citizens can only travel to the UK using a valid passport, unless they have: applied to the EU Settlement Scheme, or have an application pending. or otherwise have protected rights…
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