ORS4 No.1238: Definition of Controlled Airspace in the Air Navigation Order 2016

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Reference:ORS4 No.1238
Title:Definition of Controlled Airspace in the Air Navigation Order 2016
Description:During the drafting of the Air Navigation Order 2016 class F and class G airspace were erroneously included in the definition of controlled airspace in Schedule 1. This exemption is necessary to alleviate from any adverse consequences as a result of this, until such time as the Order can be appropriately amended.
Status:Withdrawn on 27 February 2018
Review Comment:Exemption issued to correct an error in the ANO Schedule 1(e) describing Class F and G as controlled airspace. The ANO has now been amended to correct this.
Version:01
Date:21 September 2017
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