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New Recreational pilot

Post by Mark H » Fri Aug 18, 2006 11:38 am

Does anyone know what we are going to get in the recreational pilot scheme? This scheme certainly looks good in the USA 600kg etc. What are the proposals for the European version? Will it be brought into ireland?

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Post by ceatach » Fri Aug 18, 2006 12:01 pm

NASRAv will be meeting Graham Newby to discuss this on the 29th.

http://nasrav.org/wiki/tiki-calendar.ph ... alitemId=5

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Post by MCRO » Sun Aug 20, 2006 8:35 am

Nasrev should be informing itself MIGHTILY before the meeting on Aug 29th with Graham - otherwise they will just be gaping in wonder before this wonderful man. He should at least be met half-way

The 48 page NPA is packed with good things but there is quite a lot of possible devilry in the detail which will have t be carefully managaed if the Coomment by inteested parties is to succeed

Look on the EASA or PFA web where there is a complee PDF or mail me for a 2-page precis

This is a time when NASrev just cannot afford to be ponderous

This is the most positive move for GA since the ICAO 1945 meeting in Dublin

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Post by on yer six » Sun Aug 20, 2006 10:08 am

Since 1945, wow!!! That's a long time for something positive. :lol:

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Post by ceatach » Mon Aug 21, 2006 9:48 am

Thanks Maurice. We have our best man on the job for this!
My understanding is that NASRAv will meet with Mr Newby twice during the coming months.
If anyone would like to make suggestions on items to discuss with Mr Newby, they can do so here

The proposed amendment up for discussion can be viewed here:
http://www.easa.eu.int/doc/Rulemaking/N ... 0(15.08.06).pdf

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Post by ceatach » Mon Aug 21, 2006 9:54 am

Ah, I seem to have found a bug in the forum software with that last link.
copy and paste the full link into your browser to view the document.

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Post by MCRO » Mon Aug 21, 2006 11:42 am

Thanks Maurice. We have our best man on the job for this!

Well you may have the best man - but he's not on he job, as looking across to the other side of this valley I can see he is pottering in his back garden

There is one other that might be he, up in your latitude - but understand he to be not in circulation right now

Could you possibly elucidatate a bit for me on private mail? - or call me

061-357135

086-811 8984

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Post by ceatach » Mon Aug 21, 2006 1:39 pm

Maurice.
I believe NASRAv will have 3 seats at the said meeting with Mr Newby. Harry McNamara, Philip Purcell and the other seat will probably be occupied by Ken Reynolds, although he may be at the meeting in another capacity. Ken Haslett will be there with his National aeroclub hat on. We are all reading and digesting the proposed ammendment at the moment. People can use the thread on the nasrav website to make suggestions/comments on the document.

I suggest you talk to Harry if you do not want to make your suggestions/comments public.

Kind regards,
Keith Pilson.
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Post by Mark H » Wed Sep 06, 2006 12:07 pm

Have there been any updates on RPPL since the meeting in August? Is there any further information? When will we see this new deregulation?


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Post by MCRO » Wed Sep 06, 2006 10:31 pm

There should have been a summary of what was learnt at the Aug 29 meeting on the NASRev web by Aug 31, together with an invite to interested persons to attend a first-hand briefing within not too many days

This is an URGENT and non-recurring situation and said Committee should realise that in such circumstances a goodly portion of their oil supply should be stored where accessible at midnight for burning

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