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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by cjmwales, May 11, 2015.

  1. cjmwales

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    I'm off on holiday next week to Cornwall, and I knew that at least one of the areas I want to fly in is within the ATZ of a local airfield. Whilst searching for the proper CAA plates, I found this:

    http://noflydrones.co.uk/

    It's very useful. I've sent an email to the people who run the airfield, asking their permission to fly nearby - although the risks are minimal as the airfield is 300ft above sea level and I'll be flying on a beach, I still thought it would be best to ask. I wouldn't want to cause any upset, and If I ever resume my PPL training I wouldn't want any beef with the CAA!

     
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  2. Jeff48920

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    This is great. Thanks. We may be in Scotland in July this will help.
     
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