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On 15th October, the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) opened a public consultation on its proposal of airworthiness standards which will enable the certification of small vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) aircraft

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Bloodhound Programme Ltd, the company behind Project Bloodhound, the initiative to break the land speed world record, entered into administration on 15th October 2018

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Having received the final documents for its proposed application for a Judicial Review of the CAA decision on the TAG ACP from its Airspace Team on 8 October, the Lasham Gliding Society’s committee has approved filing of the society’s application with the Court

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Edinburgh-based Trig Avionics Limited has announced plans to move its regulatory HQ to the Netherlands as part of its planned European expansion

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Take yourself back to the 2018 STIHL National Championship Air Races at Reno with these highlights of the six Gold Races

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Bristol Groundschool have announced a solution for all students currently or about to start taking their European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) professional pilot theory exams with the UK Civil Aviation Authority that safeguards against a Brexit ‘no deal’ next March

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In a letter to the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the European Aviation Safety Authority (EASA), lawmakers from the UK APPG on General Aviation and the Congressional General Aviation Caucus, have called for a bilateral agreement to provide recognition and acknowledgement for new medical standards

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A high-ranking FAA source has confirmed that the FAA plans to almost triple the maximum weight for most light sport aircraft to 3600 pounds in rulemaking that will be introduced in January

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World renowned aerobatic display team, The Blades, has donated over £4,000 to Aerobility, a charity which gives disabled people the opportunity to fly

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This year’s Cadet Naval Aviation Courses ended with the final eight students attending RNAS Yeovilton and 727 Naval Air Squadron for the Advanced Flying Course and a chance to gain their Gold Wings

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