• Sponsor: Wycombe Air Park

    The purpose of the proposed new approach is to initially to permit access in poor weather to Wycombe Air Park for Booker Aviation instrument training aircraft and, in the long term, for Wycombe-based and visiting aircraft. The IAP is not intended to facilitate increased traffic volumes or aircraft size, or to extend current operating hours.

    Last updated: 15 November 2016

    Framework briefing held with organisations considering proposal of the change 25 Oct 2016
    Sponsor external consultation document (with associated appendices)  
    Sponsor’s external consultation feedback report March 2017 
    Sponsor’s formal airspace change proposal (date received by CAA) 10th November 2017 
    ACP Formal submission  6th February 2018 

    Following the 'completeness check' the CAA confirms that all ACP documentation has been received from the Sponsor and a redacted version of the Sponsor's final proposal has been published. Any stakeholder may submit a 'call in' requesting that the final decision about changes to the design of UK airspace is made by the Secretary of State for Transport rather than the CAA. The 'call in' window for Wycombe's Airspace Change Proposal was open from the 10th April to 8th May and no call-in requests were received by the CAA during this time. 

     
    Operational assessment by CAA  
    Consultation assessment by CAA  
    Environmental assessment by CAA  
    Decision document (CAA change approval)  
    AIRAC distribution date/AIP amendment  
    Change implementation date