RAF Brize Norton Proposed Airspace Change – drop in session – 20th Feb
All information is from here: https://www.raf.mod.uk/rafbrizenorton/flyinginfo/bznacp.cfm
RAF Brize Norton will be hosting two public drop in sessions to allow interested stakeholders the opportunity to view the proposal and clarify certain aspects of the proposal with members of the Airspace Change Consultation Team. The events will be held at the RAF Brize Norton Millennium Amenities Centre (MAC) on the following dates:
Tuesday 20th February 2018 between 2000hrs to 2200hrs.
Wednesday 28th February 2018 between 1200hrs to 1600hrs.
Due to restrictions on parking and Fire Regulations, we kindly ask those who wish to attend to register in advance by providing the following details:
- Type of stakeholder eg Aviation / non-aviation stakeholder;
- Vehicle details including Make, Model, Colour and Registration No.
- Which session you wish to attend.
- This information is required for security reasons.
Please send the information to the following email address;
email@example.com marking the email as Public Drop-In Attendance
The RAF Brize Norton Airspace Change Consultation Document is below:
Details on how to submit any responses can be found on page 41 of the document. Royal Air Force Brize Norton will be holding a number of Public Consultation Events, details of which will be advertised on this web page in the New Year.
The London Oxford Airport Airspace Change is a separate proposal, their Consultation Document can be found on the London Oxford Airport website:
It has been brought to our attention that the labelling for the proposed CTAs 9 and 10 within Figure 8 and Figure 9 is inconsistent. Therefore please note the following corrections:
Figure 8: The labels for CTAs 9 and 10 should be transposed.
The correct vertical limits within Table 2 should read:
CTA 9 3,500 ft to 7,000 ft
CTA 10 5,000 ft to FL 125
Figure 9 is labelled correctly.
The full document will be updated in due course.
The consultation period will close on Thursday 5th April 2018. The separate consultation for London Oxford Airport will also extend by the same period to run concurrently with the RAF Brize Norton consultation.