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PUBLISHED: 11:29 21 April 2008 | UPDATED: 13:52 10 October 2012

Organisation chiefs agree to start discussion

The Councils of the British Microlight Aircraft Association ( BMAA ) and the Light Aircraft Association ( LAA ) have agreed to initiate joint discussions leading to amalgamation.Keith Negal, BMAA Chairman and Roger Hopkinson, LAA Chairman said “During mid-April our respective Councils voted unanimously to work towards the amalgamation of our two successful associations. Our aim is to put this proposal to our members later this year and, with their support, enter 2009 as a single association of nearly 12,000 members. There is much work to be done but, particularly at this time of great change in the regulation and structure of European light aviation, the advantages of pooling our strength, experience and resources for the benefit of all our members can no longer be ignored”.

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