The CAA’s General Aviation Unit will be running a series of roadshows across the UK in late
March and April to discuss regulatory developments.
The roadshow programme will cover:
In order to try to make these events accessible to the entire GA Community, it has been decided
to send the invitation out to all Flying Schools (RTFs and ATOs), Continuing Airworthiness
Maintenance Organisations and associated Maintenance Providers in the UK. This audience is being
targeted in the belief that these organisations are best equipped to disseminate the information
among the community at large.
Please note that if there are insufficient numbers at any of the venues the Authority reserves
the right to cancel that particular event and re-allocate booked attendees to another venue.
It should be noted that all of the venues are limited for space and we can only accept a maximum
of 2 delegates from each Organisation and at one event only.
We have selected venues which provide easy access and allow delegates from across the UK to
attend. If any delegate requires special assistance can they please let us know, so we can pass
this on to the venue.
Attendance will be free of charge. The timing and the order of presentation will be confirmed in
the joining instructions, however the plan for the day will be:
We recognise that not all of the information we are covering will be applicable to all. Those
delegates intending to stay for the whole day should make it clear when responding to the
invitation. Lunch will not be provided but there will be facilities on site for delegates to
If you wish to attend one of these roadshows please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and use the subject
title GA Unit Roadshows (it is important that you use this subject title to ensure prompt
processing of the request for registration).
The e-mail should specify:
We will attempt to allocate first choice venues wherever possible however, due to space
limitations we may need to allocate requests to their second choice. A second roadshow at Gatwick
may be held if there is sufficient demand and we cannot accommodate people at other venues, we
reserve the right to allocate places at the proposed second date at Gatwick.
You will receive an e-mail notification that your application has been accepted, the location of
the event and joining instructions.
All requests for attendance must be received no later than Tuesday 28 February 2017. We cannot
guarantee places at any venues if the application is received after this date.
You are receiving this email as CAA holds this email address as a contact for either a training
organisation or maintenance organisation.
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