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Click here to start a flying display, special event or unusual aerial activity notification application
Partially completed forms can be saved until all the information needed to submit an application has been gathered. This can be done by using the 'Save' button (located at the top of each page next to the CAA logo) and entering a password.
When submitting the application form, there is an option to enter an email address to receive a PDF copy of the
Once the form has been submitted, receipt of confirmation and a PDF copy of the application will be sent to the applicant's correspondence email address. This message will
include an application reference number which should be used in all subsequent correspondence.
To help facilitate newly qualified display pilots (tyro DAs) with an
opportunity to gain experience and exposure within the Flying Display
community, the CAA has introduced a scheme whereby FDDs may offer slots to TDAs
without incurring any extra charge should the additional item(s) move their
display into a higher price band.
Further details on the qualifying requirements and how the scheme can be
implemented can be found in CAP403.
If your Flying Display or Special Event includes only military aircraft, the CAA must be notified using
DAP1920D: Request for Airspace Coordination and Notification - Air
Form SRG1328 is to be submitted by civilian Flying Display participant(s) who do not hold a UK DA. DA Exemptions may be applied for by non-UK civilian display pilots/teams and operators/pilots of Commercial Air Transport (CAT) aircraft.
Form SRG1329 should be completed by DAE sponsors or nominated Evaluation Supervisors who have evaluated display items for participating at UK Flying Displays.
Further details concerning the UK DA Exemption process van be found in CAP 1724, chapter11.
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