CAA Paper 2003/05: On Track - A Confidential Airspace Infringement Project

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Reference:CAA Paper 2003/05
Title:On Track - A Confidential Airspace Infringement Project
Description:Explains the safety risks posed by infringements - the inadvertent or unauthorised penetration of controlled airspace by General Aviation aircraft. The CAA commissioned the innovative 'On Track' study project. The aim was to identify problem areas and recomend possible solutions to the Airspace Infringement Steering Group (AISG). Presents the summary and conclusions of the project.
Review Comment:None
Date:11 July 2003
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