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M 050/2020

Effective 16 JUL 2020

  RESTRICTION OF FLYING REGULATIONS – ROYAL AIR FORCE CRANWELL, LINCOLNSHIRE ROYAL AIR FORCE AEROBATIC TEAM, THE RED ARROWS, OUT-OF-SEASON PRACTICE ON 16TH JULY 2020

The Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team, The Red Arrows will conduct flying display rehearsals at Royal Air Force Cranwell, Lincolnshire, on 16th July 2020. As a result, the Secretary of State for Transport has decided that it is necessary, to protect the display aircraft and other air traffic, to introduce the following Restriction of Flying Regulations under article 239 of the Air Navigation Order 2016.
Between 0800 and 1500 UTC on 16th July 2020, no aircraft is to fly below 8,300 FT AMSL within the area bounded by a circle having a radius of 6 NM whose centre is at 530152N 0002955W (Royal Air Force Cranwell).
Paragraph 2 does not apply to any aircraft flying in accordance with a clearance issued by:
  1. the air traffic control unit at Royal Air Force Cranwell, or

  2. air traffic control unit at Royal Air Force Barkston Heath,

  3. air traffic control unit at Royal Air Force Coningsby, or

  4. air traffic control unit at RAF Waddington.

Daily times for the display will be notified separately by NOTAM, feature in the daily AIS Information Line message (08085 354802 or +44(0)1489 887515) and will be included on the Pre-flight Information Bulletins (PIB) through the AIS Web site at
http://www.ais.org.uk.
Periods falling outside the actual display times will be subject to an exemption applying to all other aircraft complying with local air traffic control permission. This has been agreed with the Department for Transport.
In relation to paragraph 2, the term ‘aircraft’ includes, but is not limited to, all flying machines, as defined by the Air Navigation Order 2016, any small balloon, any kite weighing not more than two kg, any small unmanned aircraft and any parachute including a parascending parachute.
Further enquiries of the Civil Aviation Authority can be made to Mr C W Scott, Principal Airspace Regulator, Safety and Airspace Regulation Group, telephone 03301 382997.