Wont/dont get to concerned about it Oiseau, those muppets know nothing about flying, they have to attempt to justify their existence.fast oiseau wrote:How will this ruling apply in border areas?
For example,there are numerous parts of the Republic that are within the Scottish FIR and ,vice versa,parts of Northern Ireland(UK) within the Shannon FIR.Will flying a UK registered permit aircraft near Monaghan town be legal as that area is within the Scottish FIR?
Will an Irish registered permit aircraft pilot be committing an offence if he flys near Monaghan without first having sought permission to do so from the CAA?
There is a chap whose farm is right on the border and every time he does a circuit he crosses the border twice.Once on the downwind leg and again on short finals.Will he need to notify the IAA and CAA every time he does a circuit?
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