Information for airspace users
This guidance material is intended for Pilots of VFR flights within UK Airspace below FL 195 and combines useful information from numerous sources. It is used on the understanding that it does not represent a substitute for the more comprehensive information contained in the UK AIP which should always be regarded as the authoritative source.
Information on flight around specific airfields which has been supplied by the airfield concerned. These guides are not produced by the CAA and we have no responsibility for content within.
|Bristol||East Midlands||Glasgow||Manchester CTR|
|Manchester Low Level||Newcastle||Norwich||Solent|
A selection of useful posters and leaflets available for download & print. Also see the (GASIL)
|Know Your Airspace||Is Your Chart Up to Date?||GPS Use|
|When You Fly||Things to Check & Do||AIS Information Line|
|UK ATS Classifications||UK Airspace & VFR Flight||TCAS - Squawk Mode C|
|General Aviation Safety Information Leaflets||Safety Sense Leaflets|
External content for which the CAA has no responsibility.
|Met Office Aviation Pages||Airspace Safety Initiative (ASI)||Aeronautical Information Services (AIS)|
|PPRuNe - Pilot Information||Fly On Track|
The VFR Chart Amendment Service previously available on the CAA website at has been transferred across to the AIS website.
For information the production of the VFR Charts transferred across to NATS/AIS some months ago, so the subsequent transfer of this chart amendment service is a logical progression. The new service is located at www.ais.org.uk under the VFR Charts heading. The new service will require a user name and password to login, but there remains no charge for this service. If you have any issues please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. The CAA retains some information relating to Visual Flight, including the VFR guide referenced above.