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M 079/2021

Effective 26 AUG 2021

  RESTRICTION OF FLYING REGULATIONS: THE LIGHT AIRCRAFT ASSOCIATION RALLY 2021, NORTHAMPTON/SYWELL AERODROME 2 - 5 SEPTEMBER 2021

The Light Aircraft Association Rally 2021, and associated preparations, will take place at Northampton/Sywell Aerodrome between 2 and 5 September 2021. A large number of aircraft will arrive and depart each day, many using limited radio transmissions, thereby creating an area of intense aerial activity. The Secretary of State for Transport has, therefore, decided that it is necessary to introduce Restriction of Flying Regulations under Article 239 of the Air Navigation Order 2016.
No aircraft is to fly below 3500 FT AMSL within the area bounded by:
  1. the clockwise arc of a circle having a radius 4 NM, centred on 521822N 0004732W, between the points 522121N 0004311W and 521521N 0004316W;

  2. a straight line joining the points:

    1. 521521N 0004316W; and

    2. 521521N 0005508W; and

  3. the clockwise arc of a circle having a radius 4 NM, centred on 521822N 0005052W, between the points 521521N 0005508W and 522121N 0005513W; and

  4. a straight line joining the points:

    1. 522121N 0005513W; and

    2. 522121N 0004311W.

These restricted areas detailed in paragraph 2 are in place:
  1. between 1300 hours and 1700 hours on 2 September 2021;

  2. between 0700 hours and 1800 hours on 3 and 4 September 2021; and

  3. between 0700 hours and 1700 hours on 5 September 2021.

The times mentioned in paragraph 3 are Co-ordinated Universal Time (UTC), which is one hour behind British Summer Time.
The point of contact at the Civil Aviation Authority is Mr S J Maxted, Airspace Regulator, Safety and Airspace Regulation Group who may be contacted at stephen.maxted@caa.co.uk.
Details of Restricted Airspace feature in the daily AIS Information Line message 08085-354802 and 01489-887515 and will be included on the Pre-flight Information Bulletins (PIB) through the AIS Web site at http://www.ais.org.uk.