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GAR Consultation

As you may know when travelling by air into the country you are required to complete a GAR form. The requirements are set by HMRC and the Home Office. There is a proposal to change the requirements for filing the GAR and the new requirements could make it more difficult for GA traffic to cross back into the UK than the current arrangements.

If you follow the link below it will take you to a page which has a good explanation of the current position and proposed changes. There is also a response form that is being used to collect opinion from GA pilots and which is being managed to assist with the General Aviation Alliance (GAA) response to the consultation. The BMAA is part of the GAA and so encourages BMAA members to complete the form and have their say.

Link to information. (When you get there click the GAR Consultation tab.)

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