This tutorial focuses on the subject of airspace infringements from human and causal factors to the impact on other airspace users and air traffic controllers.
The UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSP) and a wide range of aviation industry groups are working together to develop strategies to reduce the probability and risk of airspace infringements.
This tutorial will show how infringements can occur and the steps pilots should take to prevent them. It is intended to be a practical guide to help pilots comply with the privileges of their licence which, if followed, will help keep everyone using UK airspace safe. It will cover airspace structures, planning and airmanship. In addition, it will offer information and advice on good in-flight practice and the use of, Frequency Monitoring Codes, transponders and Moving Maps.
If you have been provided with log in details to undertake a test, after completing the tutorial please log in and take the test using those details. There will be some audio in the tutorial, so please turn your sound on. The tutorial is not exhaustive and should be supplemented by the official aeronautical publications such as the UK Aeronautical Information Package, The Rule of the Air Regulations 2015 and The Air Navigation Order 2016. In addition, other useful sources of information include The Skyway Code, the Civil Aviation Authority’s website at https://www.caa.co.uk/home/ and information contained within the Airspace and Safety Initiative website.