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BMAA to host Check Flying Seminar


BMAA Microlight Check Flying Have your say

Since the CAA published revised mandated requirements for on-going airworthiness assurance there has been much debate about the validity and proportionality of the BMAA Check Flight requirements and system of operation. Following discussion the BMAA Council published its decision to members to not change how the BMAA views and manages Check Flights. Subsequently the decision has been challenged by members and the Council has agreed to revisit its decision through the BMAA Technical Sub Committee.

So that the Sub Committee can be fully aware of, and take into account, all opinions we propose to hold a Check Flying System Seminar. Members of the BMAA Technical Sub Committee and Technical Office will clarify CAA requirements and BMAA members will be invited to put their point of view and proposals for change.

The event will take place on 24 October 2015 at a location likely to be in the Oxford area depending upon the number attending. If you would like to attend please register your interest so that we can gauge numbers and keep you informed. You can register on-line through the BMAA Technical Office pages on the BMAA web site from this link.

If you cannot make the seminar the BMAA Technical Sub Committee is still interested in your view and invites written input from any member. Please forward your comments to the Chief Technical Officer for collation. ben(at)bmaa.org
 
Geoff Weighell

BMAA CEO

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