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Title: Haverfordwest RNAV (GNSS) IAPS

Last updated: 23 April 2020

Intended Change to Notified Airspace Arrangements (DAP1916) 31 October 2016
Framework briefing held with organisations considering proposal of the change  

Sponsor external consultation document (with associated appendices)

08 April 2020

Sponsor's external consultation feedback report

08 April 2020

Sponsor's formal airspace change proposal (date received by CAA)

08 April 2020
Following the publication of a redacted version of the Sponsor's final proposal, 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' for Haverfordwest’s Airspace Change Proposal is open until 22 May 2020. Details on the process and how to submit a request can be found here.  
Sponsor's additional consultation document  
Sponsor's additional consultation feedback report  
CAA letter to sponsor 06 April 2018
Operational assessment by CAA  
Consultation assessment by CAA  
Environmental assessment by CA  
Decision document (CAA change approval)  
Change implementation date  
AIRAC distribution date / AIP amendment  
Sponsor's analysis  
CAA PIR assessment  

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