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Flying Show - Seminar Programme

 Flying Show Seminar Programme


11.00 – Mike Barnard (CAA GA Programme manager)
‘GA Regulatory Framework – Time for Change’

12.00 – Dodge Bailey – Shuttleworth
‘The Shuttleworth Collection – Flying the Aircraft’

13.00 – Michael Frost – Funkwerk Avionics
‘Going for 8.33 channel spacing’

13.00 – BMAA AGM Incorporating BMAA awards Ceremony

14.00 – Jon Roper – Trig Avionics
‘Trig Avionics design and manufacture compact avionics that are the perfect fit for light sport pilots. Come to our practical workshop on Mode S, 8.33 VHF radio and we’ll look at tomorrow’s airspace technologies too!’

15.00 – John Laity – Flying for Freedom
‘Flying for Freedom and the British Antarctic Microlight Expedition’


11.00 – John Laity – Flying for Freedom
‘A brief history of Antarctic Aviation and the technical challenges of a microlight expedition’

13.00 – Kevin Herbert – President of European Society of Aerospace Medicine
‘New EASA regulations for private pilots’ and/or ‘European Society of Aerospace Medicine’

14.00 – Association seminars – confirmed so far:

British Gliding Association
British Women Pilots’ Association
Light Aircraft Association
British Microlight Aircraft Association

Bite-size seminars about these associations and their ‘brand’ of aviation
All this detail and more on the Flying Show web site. Link
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