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BORIS & BREXIT What can possibly go wrong?

Under 100 days and the very distinct possibility of a General Election in November! SME's (small to medium size enterprises) are in the main under prepared for some pretty strong business impacting changes.

During the next few months, I am hosting a series of Brexit seminars all around the UK and Europe.

If your organisation would like some assistance or key management team members need a working introduction of what to expect, call JULIAN BRAY on 01733 345581 or email julianbray@aol.com

Dates and venues for these single day seminars are filling up fast, so don't delay!

London Gatwick Airport reveals 12 innovations for the year ahead

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BBC News: Cathay Pacific to buy budget airline Hong Kong Express



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Stanley Robotics signs contract for valet parking robots with London Gatwick Airport

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BBC News: Brexit: MPs set out plan to consider alternatives to PM's deal

BBC News has released this on its website. Take a deep breath before you access the pages! Brexit isn't looking good however the politicians spin it. Frankly, many of them have not got a clue as to what is going on! Keep your heads down would seem to be the battlecry!

Brexit: MPs set out plan to consider alternatives to PM's deal - https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-47712130

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Ethiopian Airlines boss confirms suspect flight software was in use as Boeing 737 Max crashed • The Register Forums Reaction and comments .....

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For Immediate Release

Wednesday 20th March 2019

 

 

Shailesh Vara MP welcomes Red Arrows possible move to RAF Wittering

 

The Ministry of Defence (MoD) is closing RAF Scampton home of the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team, the Red Arrows. RAF Wittering has been identified as one of three RAF bases which could be a potential suitable future location.

The information was in a letter to Shailesh Vara MP from Tobias Ellwood, Minister MoD. Clearly Mr Ellwood has yet to master the delights of email!

The Red Arrows are the world’s premier acrobatic display team and work is ongoing to ensure that they can continue showcasing their incredible skills, as well as supporting British industry, Armed Forces recruitment and defence diplomacy.

The MoD, in collaboration with the RAF and the Civil Aviation Authority, will now be carrying out further detailed studies to assess the suitability of the potential site.

Commenting MP Shailesh Vara said: “It would be a privilege to have RAF Wittering as the home of the Red Arrows. They epitomise the values of the RAF and would be a very welcome addition to the local community and economy. I will be following the process closely and very much hope that RAF Wittering is found to be the most suitable location.”

Ethiopian Airlines pilot 'asked in panicky voice to return before Boeing 737 crash' | London Evening Standard

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List of Official Record Series 5 - Scheme of Charges CAA, pre - BREXIT then who knows?

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ORS5 No. 357: CAA Scheme of Charges (Aviation Security)

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Aerospace design organisations: Brexit exit considerations latest from the Civil Aviation Authority

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As we are all painfully aware the Brexit negotiations within Westminster have not been going too well! If the MPs bothered to read some of the so called help bulletins for those outside the Westminster bubble, we might get somewhere. This latest CAA bulletin is a prime example. Frankly apart from a few basic nuggets of advice, it all down to you to deal with it!

Boeing, FAA Under Pressure After Canada Grounds 737 Max – Bloomberg.

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/videos/2019-03-13/boeing-faa-under-pressure-after-canada-grounds-737-max-video

Watch 'out of touch and serially blinkered' #MichaelBoyd being taken apart by savvy #Boomberg Presenter. #Boeing Max 8 back flying within two weeks, Boyd Group CEO claims. Perhaps the searing sun in Evergreen Calif. is causing an attack of heatstroke? Cover up Michael and check the blood pressure too! Doors to manual bing bong.

As a consequence of BREXIT. All UK CAA Registered (Aviation) Training Facilities (RTF) to end after 8 April 2019

https://mailchi.mp/caa/registered-training-facilities-rtf-to-cease-after-8-april-2019?e=2437c5cb26

The CAA is ending all UK certificated international aviation training facilities from April 8th as a direct result of the Brexit process. Training organisations wishing to continue have to be re-registered and approved by a series of new international organisations. This tells you how.

BBC News: Big Brexit vote: What do I need to know?

Big Brexit vote: What do I need to know? - http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-47482047

Julian Bray writes: This coming Tuesday and Wednesday there are two vitally important votes being held in Parliament. These votes will effectively seal the fate of the UK for the next 40 years or so.

Whatever happens it will be too late for many small and family owned businesses who either import from the EU and to a lesser extent export to the EU. UK efforts have concentrated on Brexit but very little attention has been paid to the reaction of those countries who remain within the EU.

Simply some may not be motivated to accommodate the UK. France through Calais is effectively our gateway into Europe. Calais freely admits they are not ready.

Port workers in France have been demonstrating to show how much extra work is involved (and of course a rise pro rata in wages!) trucks and all forms of road freight have been seriously delayed as a result.

Julian Bray Aviatiln Expert and Broadcaster has cancelled a major confetence session at the London Passenger Terminal Conference and Exhibition being held in March.

A session due to take place just hours before we leave the EU. Simply few of the regulatory agreements are in place and others are at various stages of preliminary negotiation and nowhere near completion.

The leaving Brexit agreement is just that, an agreement without legal teeth, it is sprinkled with " using our best endeavours... " and other comfort phrases.

These are not binding contractual terms, all that remains to be done AFTER we have paid over the EU Brexit ' ransom' simply this is a mess of epic proportions and means long term economic decline for both the UK and Europe!

CAA ICG Report: Multiple infringements of Luton Controlled Airspace.The pilot was ordered to payfines of £7,576.

Multiple infringements of Luton Controlled Airspace

On 5 March 2019, a pilot pleaded guilty to four infringements of Luton Controlled Airspace in 2018. The pilot was ordered to pay £7,576 in fines. The infringements resulted from a number of failings that the CAA’s Airspace Infringement Coordination Group (ICG) is seeing repeated frequently.

Fortunately, other airspace infringements rarely have such significant consequences as these occurrences.

Background In September 2018, a C172 pilot departed Wellesbourne Mountford to fly to Duxford; his planned route was via the DTY VOR, Cranfield, Old Warden and Royston. He had planned the flight to take place in August, but it did not take place due to poor weather.

He undertook the flight in September and infringed Luton controlled airspace on four occasions causing multiple losses of separation and disruption to aircraft which were broken off approach, issued with vectors and issued speed restrictions to remain clear of his aircraft. Departures from Luton Airport were suspended three times.
The C172 pilot, concerned that he had become over-reliant on using moving map/GPS technology, had decided that he would navigate using a chart and visual reference points. He used the same PLOG that he had prepared for the flight in August. In August, the winds were 260-280/6kts; on the day of the flight, Luton Airport was using Runway 08 and, at the time of his morning flight, the wind at 2,000 ft was north/northeast at 5 kts, increasing to 15 kts for his return flight in the afternoon.

The Flight:  Outbound from Wellesbourne Mountford, after flying 40 nm, the pilot was 30 degrees right of track and some 14 nm south of the planned position. Instead of being overhead Cranfield, the pilot was overhead Cheddington.


Prior to the first uncleared entry into controlled airspace, an inbound aircraft to Luton Airport had its descent stopped as a precautionary measure. The C172 entered the Luton CTA at 3,000 ft and flew along the final approach to Runway 08.

This required avoiding action to be issued to the inbound aircraft. Despite the turn, separation was lost. Two other inbound aircraft were issued with control instructions to ensure that separation was maintained.

The infringing aircraft then entered the Luton CTR necessitating all departures from the airport to be suspended. The C172 left controlled airspace to the south, between Hemel Hempstead and St Albans.

Unsure of his position and thinking he was over the M11 (the aircraft was actually over the M1), the pilot called D&D and advised he was lost. The pilot was told he was over Hemel Hempstead and requested ‘a fix for Duxford’.

The pilot could not locate Hemel Hempstead on his chart as it was on the fold. When asked, the D&D assistant advised the pilot that Duxford was 29 nm to the northeast. The pilot followed the bearing for Duxford. Six minutes after leaving controlled airspace, the C172 re-entered the Luton CTR on a north-easterly heading. Departures from Luton Airport were suspended again.

The C172 flew within approximately 1nm of the runway at Luton Airport. Departures resumed when the aircraft left controlled airspace 8 minutes later.

The return flight was unplanned; the pilot intended to reverse the route. The flight was going to plan until the ATC unit at Cranfield aerodrome requested the pilot flew further south.

 The C172 entered the Luton CTR at 2,500 ft, in the vicinity of Letchworth Garden City. Departures from Luton Airport were suspended for a third time.

Two losses of separation occurred: an aircraft that was airborne from Luton Airport came within 1.1 nm of the C172 and an aircraft on approach lost separation with the C172, which was flying parallel to Runway 08 at 2,100 ft. The C172 continued to the west and left controlled airspace in the vicinity of Dunstable 4 minutes after entering.


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Passports and Brexit: What you will need to travel after UK leaves the EU Courtesy The Independent

https://www.independent.co.uk/travel/news-and-advice/passport-brexit-leave-eu-travel-visa-what-you-need-a8812881.html

Consider that you a British citizen in effect will need a good 15 months clear validity on your UK passport before expiry if you intend to travel after the UK leaves the UK on a no deal Brexit.

This detailed explainer from The Independent clears up some of the confusion, it sets out the options and the alternatives in terms of remedies.

RMT News Release on the anniversary of the Herald disaster - rmt

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Brexit: UK urged to table 'acceptable' backstop remedies the latest position from BBC News and a comment from Julian Bray the Aviation Expert.

Brexit: UK urged to table 'acceptable' backstop remedies - http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-47476942

Julian Bray Aviation Expert has cancelled his Day 3 Brexit roundup presentation at the London Passenger Terminal Conference in March: "It is increasingly clear from several high level sources that preparation for an exit from the EU either with or without a so called deal, will materially and substantially disrupt the aviation industry.

There is little in place to mitigate the substantial extra costs and the new raft of restrictions and regulations affecting the post brexit legality and international validity of CAA UK approved qualifications and training. An ecample is medicals and attestations, many will be invalid from the end if March.

The converse all encompassing and must expanded jurisdiction role of EASA is still not fully understood by a majority of employees and their line managers according to my research. For example The country registration of the aircraft will determine if certain air crew are licenced to fly or not. Simply the whole process is a shambles and there is little to assist on the GOV.COM website under Brexit Exit. In most cases the advice is to contact another distant organisation or your employer! In many cases time has already run out as approval processes are not geared up for a sudden lsst minute rush for validation.

"Expect many flights to be cancelled or re routed around EU Airspace. Also expect road hauliers and coaches to encounter substantial delays or prohibitions as the 11,000 permits offered to hauliers so far through specialist agents, only 1,000 have been processed. The situation in France is not much better as many EU hauliers have yet to apply, many taking the view that thec authorities will resolve issues when the opposite is true"

Anyone travelling or thinking if a holiday brwak around thebend of March is strongly advised to either defer or complete their travel programmes before the end of March!

CAA releases January infringement statistics, and its not good!


Categories: Aerodrome safety, Air traffic control, Autogyros, Commercial pilot aeroplane, Commercial pilot helicopter, Flight training private, Gliders, Microlights, Private pilot aeroplane, Private pilot helicopter January infringement statistics now published

Airspace infringement statistics for January 2019 are now available: airspacesafety.com/facts-stats-and-incidents/

In January the Infringement Coordination Group provisionally suspended the licences of two pilots – one due to repeat infringements and one due to safety matters.

An additional 21 pilots were referred to attend the Airspace Infringement Awareness Course.

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This is the small print, demanded by the legal eagles, we've tried to keep it clear and simple, this is in addition to, and not in the alternative to the NUJ Code of Professional Conduct.

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