Safety Standards Acknowledgement and Consent (SSAC) is a risk analysis framework that allows operators to offer
flights in certain aircraft that are unable to meet commercial safety standards.
Guidance, which includes a list of eligible aircraft, is contained in CAP1395 Safety Standards Acknowledgement and Consent (SSAC).
If you’re an operator who wants to offer SSAC flights, you need to make sure you have considered the risk to both
participants, third parties and other airspace users.
To help you, we’ve developed a framework CAP1396 Framework for
the evaluation of aviation activities for payment based on Safety Standards and Consent.
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