+VIDEO Just how are General Aviation pilots supposed to navigate through the slice of middle England airspace being proposed by RAF Brize Norton and London Oxford Airport?
Steve Noujaim, a professional pilot as well as a kitplane builder and flyer, is the lead for the General Aviation Alliance which has tried to moderate the airspace changes put forward by both parties.
In Steve’s view, the latest proposal is “a disproportionate solution to what’s actually a simple problem.
“There are 16 different pieces of airspace with varying top and lower altitudes and varying classifications. For me, it’s set up for infringement. It will require a lot of work by General Aviation to understand how this is supposed to work.”
Steve said a lot more in this video interview with FLYER‘s Ian Seager: