GVMN TRIP TO UK

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Préparation vol 24.05

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- Equipage / Avion

  • KLB: SV, LH, JLR
  • CHZ: SK, MD

- Hôtel

- Annonces douane

- Annonces Fuel

- Annonces PPR

- Annonces PRK

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Programme de vol

Zoulou Time

  • CH / UE = -2H UTC
  • UK = -1H UTC
  • Chanel Islands = -1H UTC

Ascension

  • THU 30.05 (CH OUI / FR OUI) = HOL + (UK NON) = THU
  • FRI 31.05 (CH NON / FR NON / UK NON) = FRI
  • SAT 01.06 (CH NON / FR NON / UK NON) = SAT
  • SUN 02.06 = SUN

NOTAM SIGNIFICATIFS EN ROUTE

METEO EN ROUTE

FUEL

  • Calculation A-B  : KLB = 25L / 110KT (sans : vent, alternate et rés. 45')
Jour DE A DIST  DR40 TKO LDG KLB CHZ REM

J1

HOL

 

 

LSGN (Neuchâtel)

OPS 0900-1200 LT

A/G

CUST ANSA

 

LFAT (Le Touquet)

OPS 0900-2000 LT

CTR

CUST PPR +02 HR

Mail CUST/FUEL

309 NM 0230 0900 1130

70L

SV

?L

PIC

Douane CH

Douane UE

FPL -2Z

100LL/JETA1

 

LFAT (Le Touquet)

OPS 0900-2000 LT

CTR

CUST PPR +02 HR

Mail CUST

EGKR (Redhill)

OPS 0900-1900 LT

ATZ

Grass RWY

PPR +24 HR

CUST PPR +04 HR

RTE Beachy Head

100 NM 0055 1300 1255

25L

LH

?L

PIC

Douane UE

GAR UK (CoA)

FPL -2Z/-1Z

CTR EGKK

SOP DEP Redhill (Gatwick)

Via Beach Head

 

EGKR ( Redhill)

OPS 0900-1900 LT

ATZ

Grass RWY

RTE East London

RTE West Stansted

EGSC (Cambridge)

OPS 0800-1800 LT

ATZ

PPR form +24 HR

Mail PRK / FUEL

80 NM 0045 1430 1515

20L

JLR

?L

PIC

Nuit 1 Cambridge

100LL/JETA1

NGT PRK

CTR LON

J2

 

EGSC (Cambridge)

OPS 0800-1800 LT

ATZ

PPR form +24 HR

 

EGSU (Duxford)

OPS 1000-1800 LT

ATZ

PPR per TEL

Mail PRK 3HR

10 NM 0010 1000 1010

5L

JLR

?L

PIC

Visite WWII Museum 2HR

CTN Event Day / WHX

 

EGSU (Duxford)

OPS 1000-1800 LT

ATZ

 

EGBK (Sywell)

OPS 0900-1800 LT

ATZ

PPR per TEL

40 NM 0025 1330 1355

10L

JLR

?L

PIC

FAC: Stop to change PIC / WWII Bird
 

EGBK (Sywell)

OPS 0900-1800 LT

ATZ

EGFH (Swansea)

OPS 0900-1700 LT

ATZ

PPR per TEL

Fuel JETA1 si NOK Ends of Land)

130 NM 0110 1450 1600

30L

SV

?L

PIC

Stop to Wales, év. Refuelling KLB si NOK à Lands End

 

EGFH (Swansea)

OPS 0900-1700 LT

ATZ

 

EGHC (Lands End)

OPS 0745-1900 LT

ATZ

PPR per TEL

Mail PRK / FUEL

115 NM 0100 1650 1750

25L

LH

?L

PIC

Nuit 2    Penzans

FPL Bristol Chanel

AIAA Culdrose

NGT PRK

AVGAS/JETA1

J3

EGHC (Lands End)

OPS 0745-1900 LT

ATZ

EGHE (Scilly Isles)

OPS 0800-1830 LT

ATZ

PPR per TEL/MAIL

SUN CLSED

30 NM 0015 1000 1015

10L

LH

?L

PIC

FPL

CTN RWY !

Lands End Transit Corridor

 

EGHE (Scilly Isles)

OPS 0800-1830 LT

ATZ

SUN CLSD

EGHF (Lee on Solent)

OPS 0900-1800 LT

ATZ

PPR Online

215 NM 0150 1300 1450

50L

LH

?L

PIC

FPL

Lands End Transit Corridor

AIAA Culdrose

ATZ Fleetlands

 

EGHF (Lee on Solent)

OPS 0900-1800 LT

ATZ

EGTF (Fairoaks)

OPS 0800-1800 LT

ATZ

PPR per TEL/MAIL

 

 

50 NM 0025 1550 1615

15L

SV

?L

PIC

ATZ Fleetlands

LFA CTR London

MATZ Odiham

 

EGTF (Fairoaks)

OPS 0800-1800 LT

ATZ

 

EGKA (Shoreham)

OPS 0900-2000 LT

ATZ

PPR per TEL

Mail PRK / FUEL

35 NM 0020 1740 1800

10L

JLR

?L

PIC

Nuit 3 Brighton

LFA CTR

RTE West EGKK

NGT PRK

100LL/JETA1 !

J4

SUN

EGKA (Shoreham)

OPS 0900-1900 LT

ATZ

EGHN (Sandown)

OPS 0900-1700 LT

A/G

Grass RWY

PPR per TEL

CUST PPR +12 HR

70 NM 0035 0900 0935

15L

SV

?L

PIC

Stop Isle of Wight

Via Needle

 

EGHN (Sandown)

OPS 0900-1700 LT

A/G

Grass RWY

CUST PPR +12 HR

EGJB (Guernsey)

OPS 0630-2100 LT

CTR

PPR

Mail CUST/FUEL

92 NM 0050 1030 1120

25L

JLR

?L

PIC

GAR UK (CoA)

GAR Chanel

VRP Casquets Lighthouse

100LL/JETA1

FPL -1Z

 

EGJB (Guernsey)

OPS 0630-2100 LT

CTR

Mail CUST

LFLA (Auxerre)

OPS 0900-1800 LT

AFIS

CUST PN +JO 15h

Mail CUST

262 NM 0210 1300 1610

60L

LH

?L

PIC

GAR Chanel

Douane UE

FPL -1Z/-2Z

 

LFLA (Auxerre)

OPS 0900-1800 LT

AFIS

CUST PN +JO 15h

Mail CUST

 

LSGN (Neuchâtel)

OPS 0900-2126 LT

A/G

CUST ANSA

150 NM 0115 1645 1800

35L

JLR

?L

PIC

Douane UE

Douane CH

FPL -2Z

 

Alternate

  • LSGE : Les Eplatures
  • LFAC : Calais Dunkerque
  • EGKH : Lashenden / Headcorn
  • EGTO : Rochester
  • EGFF : Cardiff
  • EGHQ : Newquay
  • EGJA : Aldernay

VRP en route

Résumé des VRP selon planning des vols sur SkyDemon cool

LEG VRP RMK
LSGN-LFAT

VOR RLP (ROLAMPONT)

VOR CTL (CHATILLON)

VOR ABB (ABBEVILLE)

LFAT S

LFR5 (LFLA CHAUMONT SEMOUTIERS)

LFR6 (LFFN BRIENNE LE CHATEAU)

LFAT CIRCUIT 1000 FT / LH13 / RH31

ALTERNATE : LFAC (CALAIS)

LFAT-EGKR

LFAT NB

VOR SFD

TUNBRIDGE WELLS

BOUGH BEECH RESERVOIR

GODSTONE RAILWAYS STATION

RA(T) AIP SUP 118/19 (SFC-1500FT AGL)

BEACHY HEAD (SCENIC POINT)

EV. JOINING OVERHEAD 1400 FT / NO DEADSIDE

EGKR CIRCUIT 1200 FT / LH08 / RH26 / LH18 / RH36

ALTERNATE : EGKH (HEADCORN)

EGKR-EGSC

GODSTONE (1200 FT)

SEVENOAKS

EGML (DAMYNS HALL)

ROMFORD STATION

M11 JUNCTION 4

BANBURY RESERVOIR

VOR BPK (BROOKMANS PARK)

VOR BKY (BARKWAY)

LITTLE SHELFORD (AD)

AROUND LONDON CTR / TMA MAX 2500 FT

ATZ DUXFORD 2126 FT

EGSC CIRCUIT 100O FT / LH23+28 / RH05+10

TWY LIMA CLSD BETWEEN MIKE - DELTA

ALTERNATE : EGSU (DUXFORD)

 

EGSC-EGSU

LINTON

JUNCTION M11/9A

REMAIN CLEAR OF CITY CAMBRIDGE

JOING LIVESIDE / NO OVERHEAD OR DEADSIDE

EGSU CIRCUIT 1100 FT / LH24 / RH06

OPEN FROM 1000 LT

ALTERNATE : EGBW (WELLESBOURNE MOUNTFORD)

EGSU-EGBK

ROYSTON

EGBF (BEDFORD)

EGBK NE

DEP RWY 06 AXE 2 NM (BP ROUNDABOUT)

DEP RWY 24 NO RIGHT TURN TILL FOWLMERE AD 2000 FT

JOING OVERHEAD MIN 1500 FT

EGBK CIRCUIT 1400 FT / LH03+14+23 / RH 05+21+32

ALTERNATE : EGBW (WELLESBOURNE MOUNTFORD)

EGBK-EGFH

EGBK SW (MOULTON)

VOR DTY (DAVENTRY)

VOR BCN (BRECON)

MUMBELS HEAD

REMAIN CLEAR OF VILLAGE PROXIMITY SYWELL

JOING OVERHEAD STANDARD SOP UNLESS PRJ

EGFH CIRCUIT 1300 FT / LH04+28 / RH10+22

ALTERNATE : EGFF (CARDIFF)

EGFH-EGHC

SOUTHGATE

ILFRACOMBE

HARTLAND POINT

TREVOSE HEAD

PENDEEN LIGHTHOUSE

JOING FOLLOW INSTRUCTION ATS

EGHC CIRCUIT LEFT HAND OR STRAIGHT IN APP / CTN TAILWIND OR CROSS WIND TOLERANCE

ALTERNATE : EGHQ (NEWQUAY)

EGHC-EGHE

TRANSIT CORRIDOR (MAX. 400O FT)

ST MARTINS HEAD

JOING FOLLOW INSTRUCTION ATS / PILOT NOT FAMILIAR ARE ADVISED TO REQUEST A LOW APP AND GO AROUND TO OBSERVE RUNWAY ASSET AND WAKE TURBULENCE CLOSE TO SURFACE

EGHE CIRCUIT LEFT HAND

ALTERNATE : EGHC (LAND'S END)

EGHE-EGHF

PENINNIS HEAD

TRANSIT CORRIDOR (MAX. 4000 FT)

LONGSHIPS

LIZARD POINT

PLYMOUTH

AXMINSTER

SANDBANKS

HENGISTBURY HEAD

CALSHOT

TRANSIT CORRIDOR CONTACT CULDROSE APP 134.050

RA(T) TOR BAY ACTIVE (AIR DISPLAY NEAR EXETER)

APPROCHING EGHF CONTACT SOLENT RADAR 120.230 PRIOR LEE RADIO. AVOID FLEETLANDS ATZ (NW EGHF)

ENTERING ATZ SQWAK 4306 / LEE RADIO 118.925

JOINING LEFT BASE 05 OR DOWNWIND 23

WARBIRD CIRCUIT SOUTH AT 1200 FT

EGHF CIRCUIT 1000 FT / LH05 / RH23

ALTERNATE : EGTF (FAIROAKS)

EGHO-EGTF

BULLINGHTON CROSS

ALTON

GUILDFORD (MAX 1400 FT)

DEP DO NOT OVERFLY BUILT UP AREA / RESCUE HEL. RWY 05 REAMAIN WEST OF RAILWAYS LINE OR SOUTH OF SOLAR FARM TO AVOID ATZ FLEETLANDS

LFA EGTF IN CLASS D (LONDON CTR), APPROACH FROM SOUTH AND REMAIN WEST OF M25

JOINING ATZ AT 1400 FT AND DESCEND TO 1100 FT WHEN NORTH OF RWY PRIOR TURNING : 

  • DOWNWIND LH06 / RH24 (NORTH OF RWY)
  • CROSSWIND LH24 / RH06 (SOUTH OF RWY)

CIRCUIT EGTF 1100 FT (TEL ATSU BRIEFING)

ALTERNATE : EGKA (SHOREHAM)

EGTF-EGKA

VOR OCK

WASHINGTON INTERSECTION A24/A283

DEP SOUTH, CODE 0457, MAX 1500 FT (LFA CTR LON)

JOINING OVERHEAD AT 2000 FT AND DESCEND ON DEADSIDE TO CIRCUIT BY CROSSING THE UPWIND END AT 1100 FT

CIRCUIT EGKA : 1100 FT / LH 20+24 / LH02+06

ALTERNATE : EGHR (CHICHESTER GOODWOOD)

EGKA-EGHN

LITTELHAMPTON

SPINNAKER TOWER

COWES

NEEDLES LIGHTHOUSE (SCENIC)

DEP RWY 20 LIGHT TURN ON THE RIGHT OF AXIS AND RIGHT TURN RWY 06 SUBJECT TO REQUEST ATC

JOING OVERHEAD AND DESCEND DEADSIDE TO CIRCUIT 1000 FT

CIRCUIT EGHN 1000 FT / LH05/23 GRASS

ALTERNATE : EGKA (SHOREHAM)

EGHN-EGJB

ST CATHRINE'S POINT

CASQUETS LIGHTHOUSE

FORT LE MARCHANT

DEP RWY 05/23 MAINTAIN 1 NM BEFOR TURNING

NOISE ABATEMENT ARR INTERCEPT GLIDE PATH AT 850 FT - CAUTION AREA FORT LE MARCHANT 500 / 1500 FT

CIRCUIT EGJB : 1300 FT / 06/27 INSTUCTION ATC

ALTERNATE : EGJJ (JERSEY)

EGJB-LFLA

ST MARTINS POINT

VOR JSY (JERSEY)

ST GERMAIN

VOR CHW (CHARTRES)

VOR PTV (PITHIVIERS)

NOISE ABATEMENT DEP CLIMB AHEAD TILL 850 FT

CIRCUIT LFAL : 1500 FT RH18 / LH36

ALTERNATE : LFSD (DIJON LONGVIC)

LFLA-LSGN

CHABLIS

VOR DJL

ORNANS

NOSIGN

ALTERNATE : LSGC (LES EPLATURES)

FREQ en route / Area

Suisse DABS (activités journalières)

France carte ASBA (vols basse altitude)

NATS (Temporary Danger Area)

FIR LSAS (Genève)

  • LSR4
  • CTR LSGC

FREQ

  • NE A/G 123.605
  • PAY TWR 128.675
  • CF TWR 118.125
  • GE INFO 126.350

RMK

  • DABS

FIR LFFF (Paris)

  • LFR158 (RIESLING RAD)
  • LFR5A1 + ZIT Aboville SUPP AIP 049/19 (SEINE APP)
  • LFR6 (SEINE APP)
  • LFR324 (IDENT)

FREQ RTE TO LE TOUQUET

  • BASEL INFO 135.850
  • RIESLING RADAR 119.700
  • PARIS INFO 126.100 / 125.700
  • SEINE INFO / APP 120.325
  • IDENTIFICATION 120.075

RMK

  • VOR RLP 109.950
  • VOR CTL 117.600
  • VOR ABB 108.450

FIR LFRR (Brest)

  • LFR205

FIR LFFF (Paris)

  • LFR124 
  • LFR158 (RIESLING RAD)

FREQ RTE FROM GUERNSEY

  • BREST INFO 134.200
  • RENNES INFO 126.950
  • PARIS INFO 126.100 / 129.625
  • SEINE INFO 134.875 / 118.050
  • LILLE INFO 120.275

RMK

  • VRP ST-GERMAIN
  • VOR CHW 115.200
  • VOR PTV 116.500

FIR LFFF (Paris)

FIR EGTT (London)

  • LARS (Farnborough)
  • LARS (Marham)
  • FIS (London)

CHANEL STRAIGHT (AIP SUPP 118/19)

  • LFR400/1/2/3
  • EGD098

FREQ RTE TO CAMBRIDGE

  • LILLE INFO 120.275
  • LONDON INFO 124.600 / 124.750
  • FARNBOROUGH RADAR (E) 123.225
  • FARNBOROUGH RADAR (N) 132.800
  • MAHRAM LARS 124.150

RMK

  • VOR SFD 117.000
  • VOR MAY 117.900
  • VOR BPK 117.500
  • VOR BKY 116.250

 

  • CHANEL 2000 / 124.600
  • GATWICK 7012 / 126.825
  • THAMES 0012 / 132.700
  • STANSTED 7013 / 120.625

FIR EGTT (London)

  • LARS (Farnborough)
  • LARS (Brize)
  • LARS (Cardiff)
  • LARS (Newquay)
  • FIS (London)
  • AIAA (Culdrose)

TREVOSE HEAD

  • EGD001 (Culdrose APP)

FREQ RTE TO END'S OF LAND

  • FARNBOROUGH RADAR (N) 132.800
  • LONDON INFO 124.600 / 124.750
  • BRIZE RADAR 124.275
  • CARDIFF APP 119.150
  • CULDROSE APP 134.050
  • NEWQUAY APP 133.405

RMK

  • VOR DTY 116.400
  • VOR BCN 117.450
  • VOR LND 114.200

 

  • LUTON 0013 / 129.550
  • BRIZE NORTON 3727 / 124.275
  • CARDIFF 3636 / 119.150

FIR EGTT (London)

  • LARS (Newquay)
  • LARS (Plymouth MIL)
  • LARS (Bournemouth)
  • LARS (Farnborough)
  • FIS (London)
  • AIAA (Yeovil)
  • MATZ (Boscombe)
  • MATZ(Odiham)
  • ATZ (Fleetlands)

FALMOUTH BAY / PLYMOUTH

  • EGD006 (Culdrose APP)
  • EGD007
  • EGD008
  • EGD009
  • EGD012
  • EGD013
  • RA(T) TOR BAY (VOR BHD) AirShow AIC M021/2019 + AIC 049/2019

BOSCOMBE ZONE

  • EGD127

ODIHMA ZONE

  • HIRTA (Oakhanger)

FARNBOROUGH / LONDON

  • EGD133

FREQ RTE TO SHOREHAM

  • NEWQUAY APP 133.405
  • LONDON INFO 124.750
  • PLYMOUTH MIL 121.250 / 124.150
  • YEOVIL RAD 127.350
  • BOSCOMBE ZONE 126.700
  • SOLENT RADAR 120.230
  • FLEETLANDS INFO 135.70
  • ODIHAM APP 131.300
  • BOURNEMOUTH RAD 119.475
  • FARNBOROUGH (W) 125.250 / 134.355
  • HEATHROW RAD 125.625
  • GATWICK DIR 126.825

RMK

  • VRP LONGSHIPS
  • VRP LIZARD POINT
  • VOR BHD 112.050
  • VOR OCK 115.300

 

  • SOUTHAMPTON 7011 / 120.230
  • FARNBOROUGH 4572 / 125.250
  • THAMES 0012 / 132.700
  • GATWICK 7012 / 126.825

FIR EGTT (London)

  • FIS (London)
  • LARS (Plymouth MIL)
  • EGD036 / 124.150

CTR/CTA CHANEL ISLANDS (OPS Hours)

  • CONTROL (Jersey)
  • APP (Guernsey)
  • EGR095 (Sark)

Air Display Gosport(South EGHF Lee on Solent 02.06 1155-1255)

FREQ RTE TO GUERNSEY

  • LONDON INFO 124.750 / 124.600
  • PLYMOUTH MIL 121.250 / 124.150
  • CTR JERSEY / 125.205
  • APP GUERNSEY / 128.655
  • TWR GUERNSEY / 119.955
  • GND GUERNSEY / 121.805

RMK

  • UK WITH BASIC SERVICE
  • VFR CLEARANCE CTR
  • SPECIAL ROUTE CTR
  • VRP CAP DE LA HAGUE (RECOMMANDE FROM UK)
  • MAX 2000 FT AGL

 

  • VOR SAM 113.350
  • VOR GUR 109.400

Trip to UK

None that you can see

Liens utiles

AOPA (www.aopa.co.uk)

NATS CTR London (www.aup.nats.aero)

NATS Aeronautical Info Service (www.nats-uk.ead-it.com)

RAIN (www.yourweather.co.uk)

Infrigment (https://airspacesafety.com)

SIGMET (www.aviationweather.gov)

AIS UK Weather Briefing (Met Office)

Plaquette RTBA France (www.sia.aviation-civile.gouv.fr)

Mémo VFR France.pdf (www.ffa-aero.fr)

VAC Poley à télécharger

COPY UK PPR

Particularités UK

Pooley, à exercer dans un briefing approfondi avant le vol

  • Voice ENG
  • Route / Circuit Procedure (Voice)
  • Chanel Islands CTR / CTA
  • Continental Information
  • Customs & Excise
  • DACS & DAAIS (Danger Area & Danger Area Activity Information)
  • FREQ monitoring code
  • LARS (outside controlled airspace)
  • ATS / ATZ / MATZ
  • MET Services & VOLMET
  • SVFR
  • FPL Rules and Parents unit
  • SOP AD (specific on AD Website)
  • Terrorism Act 2000
  • ATS outside controlled airspace (VFR: Basic sce ou traffic see)
  • UK Safetycom
  • Guide VFR UK (.pdf)

SOP Airfield UK

Standard Operation Procedure to enter Circuit, par exemple Shoreham (see more on SkyWay p. 100)

  • Fly on Deadside to upwind Leg at 2000 FT AGL
  • Overfly Downwind leg at 2000 FT
  • Turn to crosswind leg at 2000 FT
  • Fly on Deadside to upwind leg at 1200 FT
  • Join Circuit Height t 1000 FT ASL at the End of Upwind and Crosswind leg
  • Go to on Downwind leg at 1000 FT ASL
  • Go to on base leg at 1000 FT
  • Go to on final leg

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Check list de préparation MAT / DOC

Critères UK

Matériel

  • Documentation avion
  • Licence & Medical valids
  • 1 Set de casque GVMN en réserve
  • Pour couvrir l'avion, bâche, cordes, sardignes

Planification des vols

A discuter le 24.05

Quoi Qui Ressources Remarques / suivi

Neuchâtel (ANSA)

  • Douanes DEP
  • Douanes ARR
 

http://www.neuchatel-airport.ch/v2/

Douanes online

Webcam

FPL on SkyDemon LSGN-LFAT (Alternate LFAC Calais)

25.05 : Annonces sortie faites par Mario

Annonces entrée encore à faire

KLB = OK (sortie)

CHZ = OK (sortie)

Le Touquet

  • Douanes Entrée et Sortie
  • Refuelling
  • Mailing Exploitant
 

https://www.aeroport-letouquet.com

contact@aeroport-letouquet.com

Douanes online

Webcam

FPL on SkyDemon LFAT-EGKR (Alternate EGKH Headcorn)

25.05 : Annonces faites par Sébastien

Fuel, Douane CH + UK

KLB = OK

CHZ = OK

Redhill

  • GAR arrival
  • PPR online
  • Diagram Info
  • Noise Abatement
  • SOP Departure
 

https://www.redhillaerodrome.com

atc@redhillaerodrome.com

GAR on Skydemon + Copy

PPR Form

Weather Satuts

Guidance SOP avoiding infringement Gatwick

FPL on SkyDemon EGKR-EGSC (Alternate EGSU Duxford)

25.05 : PPR online fait par Laurent, sans accusé + Info par mail 27.05

Parking + Info GAR UK entrée

KLB = OK

CHZ = OK

Cambridge

  • PPR online
  • Night Parking
  • Refuelling
  • Mailing Duty
 

http://cambridgeairport.com

airport.dutymanager@cambridgeairport.com

PPR Form

Dutymanager (Fuel)

ev. FPL on SkyDemon

25.05 : PPR fait par Laurent

Night Parking + Fuel

KLB = OK

CHZ = OK

Duxford

  • PPR per Mail/Tel
  • Group Visit (reduce fee)
 

https://www.iwm.org.uk/visits/iwm-duxford/pilots

airtraffic@iwm.org.uk

ATS & SOP Download

Diagram

FPL on SkyDemon EGSU-EGBK (Alternate EGBW Wellesbourne Mountford "South of Birmingham")

25.05 : PPR fait par Laurent

Parking + Visit

KLB = OK
CHZ = OK

Northampton / Sywell

  • PPR per Mail/Tel
 

http://sywellaerodrome.co.uk

info@sywellaerodrome.co.uk

SOP

PPR

FPL on SkyDemon EGBK-EGFH (Alternate EGFF Cardiff)

25.05 : PPR fait par Sébastien

Parking

KLB = OK

CHZ = OK

Swansea

  • PPR per Mail/Tel
 

http://www.swansea-airport.co.uk

swansea_airport_egfh@hotmail.co.uk

PPR

Refueilling if Land's End no JETA1

FPL on SkyDemon EGFH-EGHC (Alternate EGHQ Newquay)

25.05 : PPR fait par Laurent

Parking + Fuel on request

KLB = OK

CHZ = OK

Land's End

  • PPR per Tel
  • Night Parking
  • Refuelling
  • Mailing Exploitant
 

http://www.landsendairport.co.uk

By tel at ATC

SOP include Scilly Islands

JET A1 only by arrangement

FPL on SkyDemon EGHC-EGHE (Alternate EGHC Land's End)

25.05 : PPR fait par Laurent

Night parking + Fuel

KLB = OK

CHZ = OK

Scilly Islands

  • PPR per Mail/Tel
 

http://www.scilly.gov.uk/environment-transport/airport/general-aviation-aircraft

atc@phonecoop.coop

PPR Form

FPL on SkyDemon EGHE-EGHO (Alternate EGTF Fairoaks)

25.05 : PPR fait par Laurent

KLB = OK

CHZ = OK

Thruxton

  • PPR per TEL or see NOTAM
 

www.westernairthruxton.co.uk/airfield.html

airtraffic@thruxtonairport.com

AD CLSD on Public Racing Car (NOTAM)

FPL on SkyDemon EGHO-EGTF (Alternate EGKA Shoreham)

01.06 Racing car - AD CLSD

28.05 : PPR fait par Sébastien

Parking

KLB = OK

CHZ = OK

Exeter

  • PPR per Mail/Tel
 

https://www.exeter-airport.co.uk

flightbriefing@exeter-airport.co.uk

SOP

PPR Form 1500 Kg MTOW or Refueilling

01.06 RAF Red Arrows Hosting - AD CLSD

FPL on SkyDemon EGTE-EGTF (Alternate EGKA Shoreham)

25.05 : PPR fait par Laurent

Parking

KLB = NOK

CHZ = NOK

Lee on Solent

  • PPR Online
  • Pilot Briefing
 

https://www.solentairport.co.uk/solent_airport/pilotbriefing.aspx

https://www.solentairport.co.uk/pdf/SolentControlArea.pdf

PPR Form Online or to Cancel

FPL on SkyDemon EGTE-EGTF (Alternate EGKA Shoreham)

29.05 : PPR fait par Jean-Luc

KLB = OK

CHZ = OK

Fairoaks

  • Mailing Exploitant
  • Regulation
 

https://fairoaksairport.uk

atsu@fairoaksairport.co.uk

SOP

Tel Briefing form ATSU (Transponder setting, Noise abatement)

FPL on SkyDemon EGTF-EGKA (Alternate EGHR Chichester Goodwood "Grass RWY")

25.05 : PPR fait par Laurent

Parking

KLB = OK

CHZ = OK

Shoreham

  • PPR per Mail/Tel
  • Night Parking
  • Refuelling
  • Mailing Duty
 

http://flybrighton.com

reception@flybrighton.com

SOP

Diagram

Safetyguarding

Webcam

FPL on SkyDemon EGKA-EGHN (Alternate EGKA Shoreham "GAR UK Sortie")

27.05 : PPR fait par Laurent

Night Parking + Fuel

KLB = OK

CHZ = OK

Sandown - Ilse of Wight

  • GAR Departure
  • Parent Unit
  • PPR per Tel
 

https://www.eghn.org.uk

tower@eghn.org.uk

SOP & Runway statut (open / closed)

GAR on Skydemon + Copy

FPL on SkyDemon EGHN-EGJB (Alternate EGJJ Jersey)

25.05 : PPR fait par Sébastien

Parking + Info GAR UK Sortie

KLB = OK

CHZ = OK

Guernsey

  • GAR Arrival
  • GAR Departure
  • PPR per Tel FBU
  • Handling
  • Fuel
  • Mailing Exploitant
 

https://www.airport.gg

airport@gov.gg

Parking : Guernsey Air Club, Aircraft Servicing Guernsey (ASG) or Aiglle Flight Support

Handling ASG selon bon commentaires sur SkyDemon

Email: info@flyasg.co.uk

Tel:    +44 (0)1481 263965

Web:  www.flyasg.co.uk

Fuel arrangement by phone

Discount Fuel

Webcam

GAR Form via eMail + Copy

FPL on SkyDemon EGJB-LFLA (Alternate LFSD Dijon Longvic Douanes UE Sortie)

28.05 : PPR fait par Jean-Luc

Handling ASG, Parking + Fuel

KLB = OK

CHZ = OK

Auxerre

  • Douanes Entrée & Sortie
  • Mailing Exploitant
 

http://www.auxerre.aeroport.fr

contact@auxerre.aeroport.fr

FPL on SkyDemon LFLA-LSGN (Alternate LSGC Les Eplatures Douanes CH Entrée)

 

25.05 : Annonces faites par Sébastien

Parking, Fuel, Annonces Douanes Entrée / Sortie UE (CLI Metz)

KLB = OK

CHZ = OK

Douanes & GAR

Suisse

 

France

  • LFAT (Le Touquet) Hors ATS = PPN +2 HR avant ETA

douane-aeroportletouquet@douane.finances.gouv.fr

Callsign, Nom pilotes, ID Card number

  • LFLA (Auxerres) Dimanche PN VEN avant 1500

codt-metz@douane.finances.gouv.fr

 

UK : Border Force’s expectations of airfieldoperators in relation to General Aviation flights

 

Chanel Islands (Guernsey, à envoyer 12 heures avant ETA)

 

GET ABSTRACT - Documentation de Patrick

Un grand merci à Patrick pour sa contribution à notre préparation de vol et son accompagnement "de proximité" à l'aide de ce ePortfolio pour l'accomplissement de notre voyage en groupe laughing

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Skyway, à lire en particulier

  • Pre-Flight Information
    • Check NOTAM
    • Check Restricted Airspace (temporary) / RA(T) +44 08085 354802
    • Check Meterology,
      • guidance cloud ceiling (BKN / OVC) of 1500 FT AGL require special attention
      • VFR Minima Class G below 3000 FT (clear of cloud, visi of 1500 m.), however VFR with less of 5 KM is not recommended
      • VFR below 1000 FT AGL its suitable for circuit or familiar area
  • Route or area of operation
    • Plan to fly as high as possible
      • Randomisation of cruising level or select 3200 FT instead of 3500 FT
      • Safety margin to add 500 / 1000 FT in sensible area (busy traffic)
      • Safety altitude below which not to descend due to weather
      • VFR cruising levels
    • Avoid infringements
      • Close to controlled airspace contact ATS
      • Détermine Altitude not above (or below) to avoid infringing
      • Request transit controlled airspace (ATZ) 10 min. prior to the boundary, crossing 90° and a few miles of runway and have a plan B
    • Aerodrome planning
      • Prior permission by telephone is required
      • Level of ATS provided
      • Procedure to follow and surface conditions (wind direction !)
      • Noise abatement procedure
      • Include knowledge of alternate AD
    • Mass, balance and performance
      • Performance on AD at present time (TKO / LDG / Crosswind / Surface)
      • Few practices calculation with electronics device against AFM calculation
      • Hazard to aware
    • Fuel
      • EASA required min fuel reserve of 30 mins
    • Flight plans
      • Full FPL flying International VFR over water more than 10 NM (UK coastline), sparsely populated areas (SAR difficult), VFR in Airspace C & D and more than 40 km Distance.
      • Abbreviated FPL to ATS to recieve info / clearance
      • FPL should be filled 60 minutes before OBT
      • FPL activation or closure via ATSU or FIS
      • Parent unit London Heathrow +44 20-8750 2615 / 2616 when AD TKO / LDG without ATSU (see Guide VFR p.
         
      • FPL Helpdesk
    • Rules
      • Low flying and congested areas (do not fly over 500 FT to any person, vessels, vehicle or structure)
      • In the event of an engine failure, single engine aircraft should be able to glide clear of any congested areas. You should not rely on being able to land in parks or other open spaces within congested areas, since there may be people on them
      • When two aircraft are approaching an aerodrome for landing, the one at a lower heights shall have priority. This rule should not be used to cut in front of another aircraft that is already established onAirspace
    • VFR
      • Class CDEG : ERA minima (visi 5 km / cloud 1500 m horizontal / 1000 FT vertical)
      • Class G : below 3000 FT (clear of cloud / visi 5 km / in sight of surface)
      • Do not enter / TKO / LDG within CTR / ATZ when cloud ceiling less than 1500 FT AGL or visibility less than 5 km
      • In UK, there is no requirement for VFR flights to fly at VFR Cruise level
    • SVFR
      • Clear of cloud and sight of surface, min. cloud ceiling 600 FT
      • when assessing a SFVR clearance for an AD without meteorological report, take in account the conditions reported to a parent airport
    • Classification
      • Controlled C & D : VFR with clearance and basic or traffic service
      • Controlled Class E : only in Scotland (without VFR clearance)
      • Uncontrolled G : VFR with basic or traffic service
    • ATZ / MATZ
      • Watch OPS hours & Listening ATIS to know ATSU / FISO in activity 
      • Sometimes you may wish to cross an ATZ during enroute flight (for example the cloud base may prevent flight above the vertical limit of the ATZ). It is perfectly acceptable to cross an ATZ provided you announce your intentions or gain permission (if there is an air traffic control service provided within it) and do not cut across circuit traffic. Ideally, any transit should be done above circuit height. If you are unsure as to whether you can avoid traffic already in the ATZ, fly around instead
      • To cross a MATZ you should contact the assigned frequency prior to entry and request a “MATZ penetration service” with your proposed route. If there is no response from the assigned frequency after two attempts you may enter with caution
    • Zone / Area
      • Transponder mandatory zone
      • Radio mandatory zone
      • Prohibited area (No VFR)
      • Restricted area (VFR restriction)
      • You should never overfly a glider site below the specified winch launch altitude. You may encounter a vertical winch cable
      • AIAA (intense activity)
      • Sector with Instrument approche (avoid to cross at the IAP's Altitude)
      • Military low flying system (VFR recommend to fly over 1000 FT AGL)
    • Controlled airspace
      • The key message on controlled airspace is that if it appears advantageous and sensible to do so, confidently request a transit. If not, plan a route that minimises the risk of infringement.
    • Transponder use
      • Squwak 7000 VFR
    • Altimeter Setting
      • Regional pressure setting (ENR 6 of the AIP)
  • Aerodrome operation
    • Safety com 135.475 for AD without assigned FREQ
    • Standard ist Left Hand circuit with blind call
    • Plan to arrival : identified runway in user, determine circuit direction and how to join, confirmed the circuit altitude and QNH
    • Joining procedure recommended is "overhead", caution of Airspace / Traffic contraints or use the "joining circuit at crosswind leg"
    • At an aerodrome with a FISO unit you must request taxi instructions before taxiing. FISO to Holding point Runway (Hot Spot) at which the service reverse to information only (no clearance)

Jeppsen VFR UK, à lire en particulier

RT UK, à lire en particulier

  • Standard Words and Phrases, p. 51

LARS (Lower Airspace Radar Service)

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Frequences Monitoring Codes

  • Returning to 7000 by change FREQ

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VOLMET

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Air Traffic services outside controlled Airspace

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Voice UK

Exemple of typical Radio Exchange

  • Who you are and what you want– callsign, aircraft type and request;
  • What you are doing – point of departure and destination, route or area of operation and/or intentions;
  • Where you are– position and altitude/level. Use a reference point such as a major town or aerodrome, that the controller will be able to identity; and
  • What you want– for example a ‘Basic Service’ or a controlled airspace transit.

Aerodrome Operation

  • SafetyCom – callsign ‘Traffic’ : Blind Transmission on 135.475MHz
  • Air/Ground radio – callsign ‘Radio’ : The radio operator has no power to issue clearances or instruct aircraft either in the air or on the ground.
  • Aerodrome flight information service – callsign ‘Information’ : issue mandatory instructions to aircraft and vehicles on the ground, up until aircraft pass a runway holding point. AFIS units do not issue instructions to aircraft in the air
  • Aerodrome control service – callsign ‘Tower’ : Within the ATZ, compliance with their instructions both on the ground and in the air is mandatory
  • Aerodrome approach control service – callsign ‘Approach’ : Approach Control Service may be provided at an aerodrome either inside or outside controlled airspace.

Position reports are to be made as follow

  • Downwind - aircraft are to report ‘Downwind’ when abeam the upwind end of the runway.
  • Base Leg - Aircraft are to report ‘Base Leg’, if requested by ATC, immediately on completion of the turn onto base leg.
  • Final - Aircraft are to report ‘Final’ after the completion of the turn onto final approach and when at a range of not more than 4nm from the approach end of the runway.
  • Long Final - Aircraft flying a final approach of a greater length than 4nm are to report ‘Long Final’ when beyond that range and ‘Final’ when a range of 4nm is reached. Aircraft flying a straight-in approach are to report ‘Long Final’ at 8nm from the approach end of the runway and ‘Final’ when a range of 4nm is reached.
 
Controlled Airspace Air Traffic Service MATZ AD Arrival AD Departure
“Solent Radar, G-DOME, request Basic Service and zone transit.” “Boscombe Zone, G-DOME request Basic Service.” Boscombe Zone, G-DOME, request Basic Service and MATZ penetration.” “Thruxton radio, G-DOME, PA28 on the main apron, request taxi information for circuits.” “Duxford Information, G-DOME, PA28 on the eastern apron, request taxi for VFR flight to Old Sarum.”
“G-DOME, Solent Radar, pass your message.” “G-DOME, Boscombe Zone, pass your message.” “G-DOME, Boscombe Zone, pass your message.” “G-DOME, Thruxton radio, runway in use 07, left hand circuit, QNH 1024.” “G-DOME, Duxford Information, taxi holding point Echo for runway 24L. Left hand circuit, QNH 1024.”
“G-DOME, PA28, from Compton Abbas to Shoreham. 2 NM south of Alderbury, altitude 2,300 ft, QNH 1022. Request transit via Romsey and Bishop’s Waltham.” “G-DOME, PA28, from Thruxton returning to Thruxton, intending to carry out general handling between Andover and Newbury. 2 NM north of Andover, altitude 2,300 ft, QNH 1023, VFR.” “G-DOME, PA28 from Old Sarum to Bristol at Alderbury, 2200 ft QNH 1009, VFR, direct track to Bristol.” “Runway in use 07, left hand circuit, QNH 1024, G-DOME.” “Taxi holding point Echo for runway 24L. Left hand circuit, QNH 1024. G-DOME.”
“G-DOME, roger, Basic Service, squawk 3646 with ident.” “G-ME roger, squawk 2650, Basic Service, Portland 1019, report general handling complete.” “G-ME, roger, squawk 2650, Basic Service.” “G-DOME, taxiing holding point Whiskey for runway 07.” “G-DOME, holding at Echo, ready for departure.”
“Basic Service, squawk 3646 with ident, G-DOME.” “Squawk 2650, Basic service, Portland 1019, wilco, G-ME.” “Squawk 2650, Basic Service, G-ME.” “G-ME roger.” “G-ME roger, no reported traffic, surface wind 260º/14 kts, take-off at your discretion.”
“G-ME, identified 10 NM west of Southampton, cleared to cross the zone VFR, not above altitude 2000 ft, Southampton QNH 1024. Report entering the zone at Romsey.” “G-ME, be aware there is a glider competition around Rivar Hill, large concentrations of gliders in the area up to 4000 ft.” “G-ME, MATZ penetration approved at 1800 ft on Boscombe QFE 997, report entering the MATZ.” “G-ME, holding point Whiskey, ready for departure.” “Taking-off runway24L, G-ME.”
“Cleared to cross the zone, VFR, not above altitude 2000 ft, QNH 1024, wilco, G-ME.” “Roger, G-ME.” “MATZ penetration approved at 1800 ft on Boscombe QFE 997, wilco, G-ME.” “G-ME roger. Traffic believed to be a PA28 on 2 mile final, wind 090º/14 kts.” “G-ME, now leaving the ATZto the south west, changing to Luton 129.55.”
“G-ME, entering the zone at Romsey.” “G-ME is general handling complete, returning to Thruxton.” “G-ME entering the MATZ.” “Roger, taking off, G-ME.”  
“G-ME roger, report leaving the zone at Bishop’s Waltham.” “G-ME roger, service terminated, squawk 7000.” “G-ME roger, report leaving.” “G-ME downwind, touch and go (or to land).”  
“Wilco, G-ME.”     “G-ME roger.”  
      “G-ME final, touch and go (or to land).”  
      “G-ME roger.”  
      “G-ME, runway vacated at Whiskey, taxiing to the main apron.”  
      “G-ME roger.”  

Coaching Mark Wenger FI UK Redhill

www.aviation-images.com

mark.wagner@aviation-images.com

Mark Wagner (FI à Redhill) et Ian Sheppard sont venus faire à l'improviste au mois de janvier qq photos des avions du GVVV et GVMN. Nous avons eu l'occasion d'échanger nos projets de vol et Mark a volontiers accepter de nous conseiller sur les particularités VFR en UK. Ci-dessous, vous pouvez consulter nos échanges mails. Je lui ai annoncé nos dates et j'espère que vous aurez également l'occasion de le rencontrer lors notre arrivée à Redhill cool

Un Grand Merci à Mark pour sa précieuse contribution

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Question de Stéphane au sujet du wording / standard procédure circuit

1) Overflying Airport; Altitude; Autorisé ou pas si aucune indication ?

2) Quels sont les types d'intégration circuit les plus courant. J'ai vu  le passage au seuil de piste opposé par exemple ?

3) Codes transpondeur et fréquence à monitoire sans indication spécifique du contrôleur. Il y'a la liste dans AIP Pooleys. A quel moment doit on enclencher ce genre de procédure ?

4) Peut-on transiter les ATZ sans contact ?

5) Quel service demand-t-on au SIV (LARS ?) Basic ou Traffic ou autre selon les conditions ?

6) A Duxford, le week-end avant notre vol, il ya le Duxford Air Festival, ça va être chargé ?

 
Questions to Mark (we are not used with these procedures)
 
1) we understand the standard procedure for joining a circuit AD is « overflying » at 2000 FT AGL or less if there are Airspace / Traffic contraints (like Redhill) and to plan an arrival ALT lower as a departure ALT (due to deconflict) - is it correct ?
 
2) at which moment would you recommend to squwak mandatory transponder code / monitoring FRQ (for exemple en route to Redhill in vicinity of Gatwick, should we squwak 7012 + FREQ 126.825 at VOR SFD or MAY) ?
 
3) what ATC service would you recommande basic or traffic or depend to situation or weather conditions ?
 
For your questions (Mark's Answers):
 
1). Standard circuit join in the UK is generally overhead at 2000ft then descend dead side to circuit height 1000ft AGL and join the circuit cross-wind; but it’s worth checking the website for each airfield as non-standard procedures are the new normal at most airfields now. 
 
  • Joining circuit at Redhill.
  • In the Tonbridge town area to the east of Redhill descend to 1300ft QNH. Gatwick airspace starts at 1500ft above Redhill.
  • Bough Beech Reservoir is a big lake which is normally easy to see from a good distance away - this is at the north-eastern edge of the Gatwick 1500ft airspace.
  • Do get the ATIS at Redhill first (125.305) then call Redhill Tower 119.605 when about 15nm to the east of the airfield. The Bough Beech reservoir is a good point to make the radio call.  
  • Report callsign, ATIS info letter and QNH on first call & state you are inbound from the east.
  • They will normally tell you to squawk 3767 with ALT - this will show Gatwick that you are inbound to Redhill.
  • They will tell you to report at one of the VRPs (visual reporting points) depending on the runway in use.
  • From the VRP they will clear you into the circuit - they will specify where to join the circuit exactly - this could be straight in for 26L, downwind for 08R, left base for 18 or right base for 36. Or sometimes, more rarely, overhead at 1400ft & then join downwind (if the circuit is busy).
  • Circuit altitude is 1200ft QNH and all flights at Redhill should use the QNH.
  • Be careful in the circuit as there may be helicopters below you and overhead light aircraft traffic at 1400ft. Not to mention Gatwick airliners departing downwind above 1500ft (normally these will be at about 3000ft) directly overhead Redhill.
  • The Redhill website shows a few noise sensitive areas and circuit maps as PDF files which are worth a look - also airfield diagram etc. 
 
2). At VOR SFD I would contact Farnborough LARS East 123.225 and ask for basic service and stay with them until Tonbridge / Bough Beech reservoir when you change to Redhill Tower 119.605. 
 
3). I normally use basic service and Farnborough LARS can be very busy some days - difficult to find a gap in calls to actually establish contact with them. 
I would ask for traffic service if wx is marginal VFR but I usually use a basic service. 
 
Your route to Lands End looks great - the St Michaels Mount to Southeast of Penzance is spectacular - if you talk to Culdrose you should be able to fly around there. Also St Ives town (to N of Lands End) is especially beautiful from the air.  In the middle of the Bristol Channel is Lundy Island, which does have a fairly rough short grass runway / airfield - it’s quite exotic to visit but may be easier to pass nearby if you are close to that area. It’s actually not more spectacular than other rocky cliffs along the coast of Cornwall and Devon counties so probably not really worth changing your route. 
 
Please let me know if I can help with anything else. 
Best regards. 
 
Mark

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Hello Jean-Luc.

Great to hear from you. 
Redhill is a good entry point - the nice cafe “Pilots Hub” closes at 5pm normally and the airfield closes at 7pm local time in summer. 
https://www.redhillaerodrome.com/pilot-information/current-state
Approach from the east below 1500ft QNH will make most sense for you. Get ATIS info prior to first radio contact. Redhill has full ATC service - effectively like class D airspace within the Redhill ATZ. 
Make radio contact with Redhill at approximately Tunbridge. Beware of the Gatwick airspace at 1500ft & above to the south and west of Tunbridge. 
If you want to earn a degree in UK VFR flight - this huge PDF is great (if not a bit too much info):
For routing Redhill - Duxford I would fly over the QE2 Bridge over River Thames at Dartford - below 2500ft. This is where the M25 motorway crosses the river. It’s an interesting industrial / river dock area too. It will steer you clear of the London City class D airspace too. It gives a nice view of the London skyline especially in the morning if wx is clear. 
From there you can choose whether to route east or west of the Stansted CTZ as you wish. East is normally a quieter route (less of a bottle-neck). 
I must recommend my 2 favourite aerial views for flying on the south coast are Beachy Head, (better than the white cliffs of Dover) and “The Needles” Isle of Wight (western tip of the island). Both spectacular chalk geological features. Best view of both is from approx 500ft over the sea. 
I live in Wimbledon - about 45 mins drive away from Redhill in London - so not very local - but I instruct at Redhill Aviation Flight Centre. 
I can ask some others about local accommodation for you if you like ? Also I will try to be around to say hi & help on your arrival if I can. 
Do let me know if you need any more info. ?
Best wishes. 
Mark

Mark Wagner MRAeS

Award Winning Aviation & Aerial Photography

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mark.wagner@aviation-images.com

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Skype: MarkWagnerUK

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On 30 Jan 2019, at 19:23, Jean-Luc Robert <jlrobert@net2000.ch> wrote:
Hi Mark, 
I’m Jean-Luc Robert, pilot of the Group Vol à Moteur in Neuchâtel Airfield and I hope you had a good flight on 19th. You can find more informations on our website www.gvmn.ch or contact our head of training hagmann.patrick@bluewin.ch 
 
As we talked on Saturday, our group plan a trip to UK this year with 2-3 planes (6-8 pilots) - THU 30.05 to SUN 02.06 - we are planning the routing and I see that Redhill is a good Entry Point in UK, we can clear the custom with GAR Forms, so we will let you know about our Itinerary. 
 
Can your recommend us some advice and VFR literature to structure our preparation to fly in UK ?
We intend to fly to Cambridge / Duxford, what Routing do you recommend us through / around CTR London, I read that with single engine aircraft it is almost impossible due to the Rule of Air - restriction to overfly congested area in case of an engine failure.
 
Thank you for your cooperation
Sincerly
 
Jean-Luc Robert

Mailing PPR

Answer Land's End
Thank you for your email.
Your plan all looks good and we look forward to welcoming you at Land's End Airport on Friday. Hope the sun comes out again!
Our ATC number for the PPR is 01736 788944.
Christopher Pearson
Airport Manager/SATCO
Land's End Airport
T: +44 (0)1736 785227
M: +44 (0)7747 468821
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Answer Duxford

Your PPR is confirmed and we look forward to seeing you at Duxford.

As a reminder, no arrivals are permitted before 1000LT. No overhead or deadside joins and please avoid overflying local villages, especially Duxford village (to the SE). Any questions or changes, give us a call

Alex Bloomfield, Duxford ATC, Duxford Airfield, Cambridge, CB22 4QR

01223 833376 Tower

01223 497987 Airfield Operations

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Answer Exeter

Regrettably we are unable to accept your flights below due to no parking being available. We are the parking base for Torbay Airshow this weekend and are at full capacity. Please accept our apologies, I hope you can get an alternative plan in place. Many thanks,

 Kind Regards

Jodi Fisk, Senior Co-Ordinator, XLR Executive Jet Centre Exeter

Office  +44 (0) 1392 354995

jodi.fisk@exeter-airport.co.uk

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Answer Sandown

We look forward to welcoming you to Sandown.

No PPR is needed so just fly in. Regards 

Dan 

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Answer Guernsey

Ref below both of the aircraft are booked in for that date.
Have a good flight
Best regards
Flight Support Team
ASG Flight Support
La Planque Lane
Forest
Guernsey
GY8 ODS
Tel: +44 7781 132211
Fax: +44 1481 265633
Email: flightsupport@flyasg.co.uk
Web: www.flyasg.co.uk

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Answer Lee on Solent

Good afternoon Jean-Luc Robert

Many thanks for your e-mail.

We look forward to having you at Solent Airport!

Dear Jean-Luc Robert. Your PPR has been received and approved.

May we take this opportunity to inform you of some local procedures in place here at Solent Airport at Daedalus.

  •  Out of Hours Agreements are mandatory in advance of use, for all aircraft wishing to operate out of published opening hours. A form can be found under the Opening Hours and Contact Details tab on our website: www.solentairport.co.uk.
  •  Payment of any Landing, Parking or Circuit Fees can be made in advance via BACS transfer, remittance advice must be sent to ops@solentairport.co.uk Full details are available on our website.
  •  If paying in person on arrival we accept cash (UK Sterling) or a cheque made payable to Regional and City Management Ltd. We also accept all major credit and debit cards.
  • We look forward to welcoming you to Solent Airport at Daedalus, we hope you enjoy your stay.

Kind Regards

Operations Team

Solent Airport Daedalus

Lee-on-the-Solent | Hants | PO13 9FZ | 01329 82 4748

ops@solentairport.co.uk

Booking Hotel

Les hôtels sont réservés pour 5 personnes comme suit

Cambridge : Nuit 30.05/31.05.2019

  • Ibis Cambridge Central Station, CB1 2GA
  • 20' à pied centre ville, taxi depuis l'aéroport
  • Annulation sans frais jusqu'au 30.05.2019
  • Chambres : 2x2 + 1x1
  • Prix total : CHF 228.-

 

Penzance :  Nuit 31.05/01.06.2019

  • Queen Hotel
  • Front de mer, centre ville, taxi depuis l'aéroport 10 km
  • Annulation sans frais jusqu'au 30.05.2019
  • Chambres : 2x2 + 1x1
  • Prix total : CHF 575.-

 

Brighton : Nuit 01.06/02.06.2019

  • Hôtel Ibis Brighton City Center
  • Centre ville, taxi depuis l'aéroport 10 km
  • Annulation sans frais jusqu'au 01.06.2019 à 14 h
  • Chambres : 2x2 + 1x1
  • Prix total : CHF 558.-