CAP1618: Airspace Design: Unusual aerial activities published in the UK AIP

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Title:Airspace Design: Unusual aerial activities published in the UK AIP
Description:This document is to be read conjunction with the CAA’s regulatory process for changes to airspace design (see CAP 1616). It sets out changes to the Aeronautical Information Publication (AIP) that relate to unusual aerial activity, aerial sporting or activities of a dangerous nature, and on which regulatory oversight from an airspace design perspective is not required. The relevant industry organisation that wishes to sponsor such an activity does not therefore need to follow the airspace change process, and does not need to complete a Statement of Need.
Review Comment:None
Date:13 December 2017
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