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CAA Safety Awards 2010

First Posted: Thu 21 Jan 2010

The CAA is inviting nominations for its General Aviation Safety Awards. For the first time, the awards, now in their 50th year, will accept nominations for individuals who have made a lasting contribution to safety, as well as one-off acts of skill or bravery. Previous winners have been honoured for displaying good airmanship or practical skills and abilities when faced with potentially serious incidents directly related to flying. However, the CAA is also encouraging the GA community to nominate anyone who they feel has made a prolonged contribution to aviation safety; this could include aerodrome managers, air traffic controllers and maintenance engineers, for example.
Nominees should be over 16 years of age and can be organisations as well as individuals. Nominations can be submitted online via the CAA’s website or by emailing
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