Airspace & Safety Initiative
The Airspace & Safety Initiative (ASI) is a joint CAA, NATS, AOA, GA and MoD effort to tackle major safety risks in UK airspace.
The project was formed following top-level discussions between the CAA Chairman, NATS Chief Executive and MoD Assistant Chief of the Air Staff that highlighted a a number of incidents where light aircraft infringed controlled airspace, or military and commercial flights lost separation outside controlled airspace.
It aims to help reduce incidents such as infringements of controlled airspace by providing free information to help encourage good practice for all pilots.
An independent website for private pilots covering airspace infringement issues. The site is run on behalf of GASCo by well-known flying instructor Irv Lee and is part of the Airspace & Safety Initiative.
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Airspace Video Guides
To help you navigate the UK’s busy and complex airspace, the Airspace & Safety Initiative team has produced a set of video guides to flying around London TMA.
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A UK CAA and NATS initiative to awareness and help cut the risk of infringement. The online tutorial is available for anyone to view to help build knowledge and skills.
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