By Steve Hutt – 23rd June 2016 30th June 2016 will mark the end of my second year as FASVIG Programme Coordinator. During that time I believe FASVIG has begun to have an increasing and beneficial influence on the way General Aviation’s needs are viewed on issues related to airspace in the UK. I am proud of […]
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