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VFR and Volcanic Ash

VFR and Volcanic Ash

Volcanic Ash
The CAA have asked that all GA associations, such as the BMAA, could remind their members that although GA pilots who wish to make private flights VFR in airspace containing volcanic ash will not necessarily be prevented from doing so, they should familiarise themselves with the guidance material on the CAA website  at www.caa.co.uk/GA. Alternatively you can just download the advice document from this link. Link
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