The Case for More Flexible Use of Lower-Level Airspace Within the UK

The Case for More Flexible Use of Lower-Level Airspace Within the UK A Strawman Paper by Airspace4All Within the UK there has been a steady growth in the volume of airspace restrictions at lower levels where the impact is felt particularly by the recreational General Aviation (GA) pilot. As the volume of such airspace increases, … Continue reading The Case for More Flexible Use of Lower-Level Airspace Within the UK

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The commercialisation of lower airspace

Flight Training News (FTN) have published a comprehensive article on drone access to controlled airspace (CAS) that raises this important question..... "Commercial drone companies are being charged to enter and operate within airport control zones at London Heliport and London Oxford Airport, marking what is believed to be the first instances of airports charging for airspace … Continue reading The commercialisation of lower airspace

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