Do you know someone who has done something exceptional towards aviation safety in 2003? If you do, the CAA wants to hear from you quickly.
There’s less than a month left for nominations for the annual GA Safety Awards for 2003. The awards, now in their tenth year, are presented in recognition of good airmanship or practical skills and abilities when faced with potentially serious incidents directly related to flying.
Nominees can be drawn from any section of UK general aviation – pilots, instructors, engineers, aircraft operators or air traffic control staff – nominations may be for an individual or an organisation.
Three finalists will attend the award ceremony at the RAF Club in Piccadilly, London, where the overall winner will be announced.
Nominations can be submitted online via the CAA’s website <a href=”http://www.caa.co.uk/srg/general_aviation/award.asp” target=”_blank”>here</a>. A printable version of the nomination form can also be downloaded from this page. The closing date is December 19.
Oh, and if your nominee is selected for the final you’ll get lunch at RAF Club courtesy of the CAA – can’t be bad!.