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GASCo weather seminar

GASCo General Aviation Safety Council





Wednesday 25th September 2013


The GASCo Seminar will run jointly with the Met Office at Fitzroy Road, Exeter, Devon EX1 3PB and will include:


Decision Making: Interpreting Briefing Material & Anticipating Weather


Innovative Weather Briefings for GA


Optional visit to Ops Centre.

Delegates who provide their date of birth on registration will receive a personal copy of the weather forecast for this day.


10:00 Refreshments for 10:30 Start - Finish 16:10.

(Optional Ops Centre Tour ending 16:30)


Booking Price of 30 includes refreshments

 Lunch will be available at the Met Office Restaurant (payable by attendees)


Apply ASAP toinfo@gen-av-safety.demon.co.uk or phone01634 200203mail GASCo Office, Rochester Airport, Chatham, Kent, ME5 9SD, Web Site: www.gasco.org.uk

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