New Brexit Update September 2017

We are starting to hear that some elements of our sector could be discussed in October this year. Just to confirm to our members our position has been maintained since our early submission to DfT and the CAA. Universally across Aerospace, scheduled operators, and commercial GA we have proposed a best case scenario. We wish to retain full membership of the EASA regulations and we would wish to have access to the single European sky.

Brexit update September 2017- full article

‘Our BBGA membership gives us access to an unparalleled repository of knowledge on aviation regulations and practices. If BBGA’s own in-house experts can’t answer a query they know someone who can; right across all of the disciplines of certified general aviation and business aviation too.
BBGA’s ability to bring together all sectors of UK general and business aviation gives us enviable networking access.
Nobody has the ear of the regulator like BBGA and that’s two-way thing; BBGA is not just able to elicit answers from EASA, the CAA and DfT, its advice and recommendations are sought both nationally and supra-nationally too. That makes membership a vital way to influence upcoming policy.’
Stephen Gosling – Chief Executive
Adams Aviation Supply Co Ltd