Airspace change around Farnborough Airport comes into effect
PUBLISHED: 11:46 12 March 2020 | UPDATED: 11:52 12 March 2020
Farnborough Airport’s giant airspace grab has come into effect, with the establishment of two class D Control Zones (CTRs) around the airport, along with seven Class D Control Areas (CTAs) and two Class E Control Areas (CTAs)
A new transponder mandatory zone (TMZ) has also been introduced for the Class E airspace.
As these new blocks of controlled airspace adjoin the long-established London Terminal Manoeuvring Area (LTMA) there now exists a very large, contiguous block of controlled airspace (CAS) across the south-east of England, increasing the likelihood of airspace infringement.
For further information, go to the CAA's Airspace & Safety website, which contains 'a comprehensive guide to the Class D and Class E Farnborough controlled airspace'.
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