28th March 2018 In line with the CAP1616 process, NATS are undertaking a formal consultation on the design principles and priorities for the London Airspace Management Programme 2 airspace changes. NATS have published a presentation outlining the design principles for the airspace change and want to hear comment and feedback from the GA community. The […]
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FASVIG is highly supportive of initiatives to increase the voluntary adoption of ADS-B in General Aviation and is working to help make the implementation of ADS-B Out as quick, simple and cost effective for users as possible. See FASVIP VEE.5 ADS-B Out Implementation FASVIG applauds the announcement by the LAA (previously reported here) to open up […]
This chart, kindly provided by NATS, shows the coverage area of the UK by NATS ADS-B ground receivers for ADS-B Out equipped aircraft flying at 3000ft. The chart is correct as at 30th October 2015. The colours indicate how many ground receiver sites (from one to six) cover the area, according to the legend on […]
By Steve Hutt, FASVIG Programme Coordinator It’s been a bit quiet on the NATS/AOPA Project EVA LPAT front so I thought a bit of news would be welcome. On Saturday 26th September 2015 I had the opportunity to take part in a NATS/AOPA Project EVA LPAT flight trial. Back in February 2015 when AOPA put […]
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.