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Airspace Consultations

ACPs for Airway Q41 and Solent CTA6 - Closing soon!

Do you support them?

Remember those two Airspace Change Proposals launched at the GA Event at Duxford on 28th March 2015?

Since then we have been consulting on theProposals, the first ever ACPs raised by the GA community,to remove controlled airspace. The consultations close on 20 June but so far we have had a total of 12 responses to one and 5 to the other. Based on this it would appear that these have not been of great interest to GA organisations and pilots and they have not been worth the effort and cost.

Without some support from pilots we will have nothing much from the consultation to show the CAA so they may fail.

Details of the ACPscan be found here: http://fasvig.org/acp

These consultations close on 20 June.

Please respond to the consultationsby email to the addresses below:

For Airway Q41, email: q41consultation@laa.uk.com
For Solent CTA6, email: solentconsultation@laa.uk.com


John Brady
Joint Chair, FASVIG
john.brady@fasvig.org << Go Back
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