A man who used a paramotor to fly into last year’s Glastonbury Festival has been fined after he admitted breaching restricted airspace around the Somerset arts and music event.
The CAA said. Our current charges consultation for air displays is based on two factors; that the regulation of air shows has historically been subsidised by other aviation industry charge payers and ultimately their passengers, and that the charges reflect … Read More
WANTED: OLDEST ACTIVE CERTIFIED ROTAX AIRCRAFT ENGINE BRP launches a contest to find the oldest active certified Rotax aircraft engine BRP launches a contest to find the oldest active certified Rotax aircraft engine in operation to celebrate 40 years of … Read More
Now that the new weighing process is in place, the next weighing of your aircraft will be its last ‘routine’ weighing. It’s therefore really important to weigh it carefully and get it right. See TIL 012 issue 5 on the … Read More
Check flying system change Ahead of the implementation of the changes to the BMAA check flying system we are trying to give owners as much notice and information as possible so that they are aware of the new system and … Read More
The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has published a General Exemption that allows all Type Approved microlights to be made available for self-fly hire. This replaces the previous requirement for individual exemptions that were renewed after three years. The Exemption is … Read More
Team GB dominated the World Air Games microlight competition in Dubai, with a clean sweep of the medals. The FAI World Air Games which took place In Dubai 1st – 12th December 2015 used P&M Aviation QuikR flexwing aircraft. David … Read More
Heres what P&M have to say… As a result of a detailed strategic review of the business, the directors of P&M have decided to consolidate all operations to the company’s Manton site near Marlborough, Wiltshire. Sadly, this means that the … Read More