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, the volume of un-restricted airspace obviously decreases. Whilst much of these airspace restrictions are already accessible to the GA pilot within certain constraints, the majority tend to fly within un-restricted airspace.

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