Farn­bor­ough false­hood

Pilot - - AIRMAIL -

I was fairly up­set to read about the Farn­bor­ough airspace be­ing ‘largely ap­proved’. The rea­sons given are just out­right false, that’s what is so an­noy­ing. The safety case re­ally hasn’t been made and it’s Ox­ford next. Per­son­ally, I am happy to do ra­dio calls through Class D, but I see the start of a slip­pery slope with this (ridicu­lous) sys­tem ( aup.nats.aero). Again, the rea­sons given for the sys­tem are ab­surd.

I would be will­ing to con­trib­ute to the le­gal costs of ob­ject­ing to the CAA, but I simply don’t know where to start. I don’t even know if the CAA is above the law when it comes to airspace. If any­one is aware of a bar­ris­ter who is knowl­edge­able in this field, please let me know via Pi­lot mag­a­zine. Pa­trick Wills, by email

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