0 Post a comment Tuesday, 11 September 2018 – Community News LASHAM Gliding Society has submitted its official response to the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) expressing “strong opposition” to last month’s decision to grant a large area of new controlled airspace around TAG Farnborough Airport. Incensed by the CAA’s backing of “airspace grab” to the east of Lasham airfield, which could, the gliding society believes, pose a serious safety risk to other users and even force it out of business, it is threatening legal action if the CAA fails to withdraw or provide information to properly justify its decision.In a recent statement, the gliders point out that, contrary to assertions made in the CAA decision document, “Lasham Gliding Society considers that the decision to introduce new controlled airspace has not been justified by the CAA”.On the contrary, the gliding society believes that such a decision will “create a choke point, does not represent an efficient use of airspace, and does not properly or reasonably balance the needs of all users”.It further argues that “the consequence of the implementation of this large volume of controlled airspace, at the request of a small airfield (TAG Farnborough), which has around 28,000 annual (non-public)… Read full this story
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