CAP1236: Guidance regarding flight operations in the vicinity of volcanic ash

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Title:Guidance regarding flight operations in the vicinity of volcanic ash
Description:This guidance aims to provide the essential information regarding planning and undertaking flight operations in or near volcanic ash for pilots, aircraft owners, Air Traffic Service (ATS) staff, aerodrome operators and maintenance engineers.
Review Comment:Updated to take account of a revision to the European and North Atlantic Volcanic Ash Contingency Plan
Date:23 February 2017
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