Fly in to RAF Halton for 2022 Military Civil Air Safety Day

RAF Halton

This year’s Military Civil Air Safety day, staged by the General Aviation Safety Council (GASCo), will be held at RAF Halton on 7 July.

As well as the day’s presentations, it’s an opportunity for pilots to fly into the historic airfield, located just outside Aylesbury, Bucks.

The programme of activities includes displays of weapon, chemical, biological & nuclear (CBRN) training, first aid and selections of exhibits from the RAF Halton Museum.

The display will also feature Group Captain Mark Manwaring’s homebuilt RV-7.  Gp Capt Manwaring, the RAF’s Inspector of RAF Flight Safety, will be flying this aircraft around the world and it’s an opportunity to talk to him about the preparation.

There will be a series of presentations by the UK AIRPROX Board, the CAA, AOPA and GASCo starting at 1100 hours and finishing for lunch at 1300 hours. Lunch will be held in the RAF Association building.

There is a limited opportunity to fly-in to Halton on the day with last landings by 1030 hours.

There will be an administrative charge of £15 per head which includes a bacon sandwich on arrival, a Ploughman’s buffet lunch with tea and coffee during the day. Any surplus funds will be split between the Royal Air Force Association and GASCo.

Click here to register for the event.


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