CAA registration 'consultation'

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NeilMac
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Re: CAA registration 'consultation'

Post by NeilMac » 21 Oct 2019, 22:15

That's a bit more like it.

Nice to know that our letters and MP's have been able to apply some pressure.

Now, CAP1789........
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jackdaw
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Re: CAA registration 'consultation'

Post by jackdaw » 22 Oct 2019, 16:13

AFAIK the site/airspace(A3) restrictions for all our model planes over 250gm still apply( 150mtr horizontal distance etc) as contained in CAP 1789 on page 42. Meaning that a lot of clubs sites and slope sites will not comply. Makes the other minor concessions meaningless.

NeilMac
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Re: CAA registration 'consultation'

Post by NeilMac » 22 Oct 2019, 16:30

jackdaw wrote:
22 Oct 2019, 16:13
AFAIK the site/airspace(A3) restrictions for all our model planes over 250gm still apply( 150mtr horizontal distance etc) as contained in CAP 1789 on page 42. Meaning that a lot of clubs sites and slope sites will not comply. Makes the other minor concessions meaningless.
Exactly the point I have been labouring to death, on here, with my MP, Grant Shapps and more recently Baroness Vere.

Apparently we have to wait until after BREXIT, to see if we are going to abide by EU law, or not.
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jackdaw
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Re: CAA registration 'consultation'

Post by jackdaw » 22 Oct 2019, 16:40

Oh God! You know we're never leaving. Too many hypercritical lying self centered slimy toads in parliament for that to happen( good job I moderated my language and description of our champions of democracy)

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