Safety stymied by EASA
Much is made, rightly so, of the important matter of avoiding a mid-air collision, and I am trying to do all that I can in this respect. Powerflarm Core is a very powerful tool to add to the ‘eyes and ears’ and I want to install it in my G-reg Robinson R44 helicopter. I have been working with Heliair and others for many months now and nobody seems to fully understand the process of obtaining EASA consent for such an installation. (I am aware that the portable version can be installed, but we want the full and proper core installation.) There are many editorial features extolling the virtues of traffic avoidance systems but, as usual, there is European bureaucracy to overcome.
Do any of your readers have experience or advice to offer? Tony Abel, Little Cressingham