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Norwich Airport Airspace

Following the establishment of controlled airspace for Norwich Airport in 2012 the CAA are carrying out a Post Implementation Review. This is a normal part of the Airspace Change Process.

The CAA states “The purpose of the Review is to determine if the airspace change, as approved, has been implemented and whether the anticipated benefits have materialised. Whilst the PIR does not constitute an opportunity to revisit the original decision to approve the change, the views of those within the aviation industry are an important part of the Review.”

Consequently the BMAA has been asked to contribute to the review and the opinions and experiences of members who have had occasion to use the Norwich airspace will form the basis of any response.

If you have any comment to make, good or bad, about the Norwich Airspace and how it has affected your flying please email me, Geoff Weighell, geoff(at)bmaa.org, so that I can respond to the review.

25/03/2013

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