Stay in Control: CAA launches loss of control awareness campaign

New initiative begins with circuit safety

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The UK’s regulatory approach to recreational General Aviation delivers acceptable safety performance – a new independent safety review has concluded

A new independent review commissioned and funded by the Department for Transport, to assess the current level of risk to private pilots, their passengers and third parties has concluded that the current safety performance of recreational General Aviation (GA) in the UK is acceptable. 

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Proposals to increase options for training aircraft among latest achievements for the CAA’s General Aviation work

New update from the CAA's GA Unit

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CAA launches consultations on proposals to allow initial paid flight training on Permit to Fly aeroplanes and amateur-built microlights

Consultation open until 17 February 2020

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Significant changes made to help General Aviation

 CAA’s General Aviation Unit releases update on work completed this year

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BMAA sign new licensing agreement with CAA

Organisation can now issue new pilot licences

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Class D airspace consultation – VMC changes on the way

Current SERA exemption due to expire in September 2019

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Listening Squawks update for GA flying season

Frequency monitoring codes continue to help reduce infringements of controlled airspace

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Causal factor analysis of airspace infringements published

Analysis of 2017’s airspace infringement reports from private pilots

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Over 6,000 GA pilots given 8.33 EU grants

Funding helped convert UK GA fleet to new radios

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