To depart south from Blackbushe aerodrome, you have to transit Farnborough’s controlled airspace
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I return to Blackbushe from Blackpool in the piper arrow 3, after meeting up with Plane Old Ben.
While recreational flying has been permitted, and commercial pilot training already back underway, instruction for private pilots is still prohibited.
After 60 days on the ground owing to the Coronavirus restrictions, I was eager to get current again.
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In the final part of this series, I demonstrate the procedures and typical radiotelephony when operating from an aerodrome in controlled airspace in the UK.
I’m thrown into the deep end, and made to land a 737 simulator, after a hypothetical emergency on-board, that leaves the flight deck crew incapacitated.
I’ve been busy filming a new mini series, demonstrating aerodrome and radiotelephony procedures in the UK.
It’s the news you and I have been waiting for. Oscar Romeo is almost out of the sick bay.