Response to the issues raised by the General Aviation Challenge Panel and the recommendations of its final report (May 2014).
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On the basis of this report the Department for Transport will join forces with:
- the general aviation (GA) community
- the Civil Aviation Authority
- colleagues across government
to produce a comprehensive GA strategy.
We have also made commitments to:
- support the delivery of the European Aviation Safety Agency’s (EASA) general aviation road map, including consideration of amendments to the EASA basic regulation
- work with EASA and the US Federal Aviation Administration to gain support for the principle of mutual recognition of manufacturing standards
- consider how to simplify legislation for GA users crossing borders
- launch a comprehensive review of the all sections of the Air Navigation Order affecting general aviation.
Related general aviation documents
- Government response to General Aviation Challenge Panel recomendations ministerial statement 14 October 2014
- General Aviation Challenge Panel: final report, 29 May 2014
- General Aviation Challenge Panel interim report: ministers’ response, 3 February 2014
- General Aviation Challenge Panel: interim report, 30 January 2014
- Government response to General Aviation Red Tape Challenge, 6 November 2013