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Month: June 2015
From A&SI website…. June 23, 2015 “The number of serious airspace infringements at six of the highest risk air traffic zones in the UK, should be cut by much as 50 per cent over the next 12 months, to head off the need for further action, the UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has announced. Possible […]
New chart published showing FASVIG in relation to wider FAS organisation. Click Chart for higher resolution versions.
AOPA has announced their support for the two FASVIG/GAA Airspace Change Proposals currently out for consultation. Click here: AOPA SUPPORTS FASVIG AIRSPACE CHANGE PROPOSALS The ACP documents are and how to respond to the consultation can be found by clicking: Solent CTA-6 & Airway Q41
I’d thought about it before but had not done anything about it. But having been prompted by one of the FASVIG Champions, I have now setup an @FASVIG account on Twitter. I don’t think we’ll get into the David Beckham league but let’s see how many followers we get. https://twitter.com/FASVIG I am regarding it as a […]
The CAA has made available the Terms of Reference for the review they are proposing to undertake of CAP 725. This is an important document as CAP 725 sets out CAA Guidance on the Application of the Airspace Change Process and thus determines exactly how the process of making changes to regulated airspace should be managed. […]
The consultation on the ACP for Airway Q41 closes on 20 June. Please respond to the consultation TODAY by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org Full details of the ACP can be found here: http://fasvig.org/acp This proposal would change the classification of the airway to Class D below FL80 to allow use by VFR aircraft. This would improve safety by removing the […]
The consultation on the ACP for Solent CTA-6 closes on 20 June. Please respond to the consultation TODAY by email to: email@example.com Full details of the ACP can be found here: http://fasvig.org/acp This proposal seeks to improve safety for aircraft flying VFR in the vicinity of Portsmouth by increasing the volume of Class G airspace available to […]
Fasvig.org has been updated to show how the teams of FASVIG Champions will engage with the FASVIG organisation. To read the full details see here: www.fasvig.org/fasvig/organisation Champions, If you have not updated your Expression of Interest to indicate which projects you are keen to contribute to, please do so now. To do so, open the […]