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European Rules of the Air

Standardised European Rules of the Air (SERA).

The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) proposed to the European Commission (EC) a standardisation of the Rules of the Air for all member States. The EC has adopted the proposed Rules and they are now European Law. (IMPLEMENTING REGULATION (EU) NO 923/2012 ). Although the Law came into force in September 2012 the UK will not be adopting the changes until December 2014.
 

The CAA has launched a consultation with regard to its plans for implementation of the Rules.

The consultation documents are available on the CAA web site . Search for “consultations” or follow this link. http://www.caa.co.uk/default.aspx?catid=1350&pagetype=90&pageid=14826

Although the consultation documents do not make exciting reading all members are encouraged to read them and make comments as requested in the documents.

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