An example from the US of an official website that shares information with GA pilots about military airspace use. www.seeandavoid.org From About Us on seeandavoid.org: Avoid midair collisions through proper flight planning and flight safety. Welcome to seeandavoid.org. Originally created by the Air National Guard Flight Safety Division , this portal is now funded […]
You are browsing archives for
Month: April 2015
Following discussions at the GA Event at Duxford on Saturday 28th March, the Met Office has asked if they can participate in FASVIG and have been welcomed to the Group. This will undoubtedly help us progress the FAS VFR Implementation Package of Change on Provision of Real-time In-Flight Weather Data (VEE 11). Jon Croome, Business Development Manager, Aviation […]
An introduction to FASVIG and links to the FASVIG website are now available to users in the ‘Future Airspace Strategy’ section on NATS private customer website. FASVIG sits there alongside other FAS information regarding such things as the FAS Industry Implementation Group, Northern Terminal Control Area and London Airspace Management Programme.
April 14, 2015 – EAA is in the process of developing comments to the FAA’s notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM) on the operation and certification of small unmanned aircraft systems (sUAS), more commonly referred to as drones. EAA’s goal is to ensure that manned aircraft always have priority over drones in the national airspace system […]
Google’s quest to introduce small unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) into low altitude airspace within a “few years” has driven the company to launch an unexpected foray into the avionics market, says Dave Vos, head of the Internet company’s Project Wing. Read rest of article on Flightglobal.com.
NATS have published an update on Project EVA providing an overview of all the ADS-B related activities currently underway. Read the update here.
Version 1 of the Future Airspace Strategy VFR Implementation Programme (aka FASVIP) was launched on 28th March 2015. Read the FASVIP online here . Or else download the FASVIP pdf and read offline.
Welcome to the new FASVIG website. We will be publishing updates here in the blog so keep checking in. Or else sign-up for updates by email. You will be able to sign-up for a Newsletter or just for Airspace Change Proposal (ACP) updates. Steve Hutt FASVIG Programme Coordinator