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Old 11th Mar 2018, 08:33
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The man on the street was told it would be bloody complicated but didn't want to know
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Old 11th Mar 2018, 12:40
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So we remain in EASA and everything carries on as it was before - so much for burying my head in the sand
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Old 11th Mar 2018, 19:50
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Its taken 40 years, as Tom Sawyer says, for UK to get into the EU to this depth. In my estimation, it will take almost as long to unravel the mess. But, for the very start of this process, the UK must adopt each and every rule that we currently work to and gradually change what we can - when it NEEDS to be done.
The only immediate change in May 19 should be the cessation of payments to fund EU projects (not involving UK). The rest can be done at a slower rate...because they will be OUR laws. UK should not be in a rush to accept EU demands and diktats. They need our money like the majority of UK needs it freedom.
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Old 11th Mar 2018, 22:17
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Originally Posted by Rigga View Post
Its taken 40 years, as Tom Sawyer says, for UK to get into the EU to this depth. In my estimation, it will take almost as long to unravel the mess. But, for the very start of this process, the UK must adopt each and every rule that we currently work to and gradually change what we can - when it NEEDS to be done.
The only immediate change in May 19 should be the cessation of payments to fund EU projects (not involving UK). The rest can be done at a slower rate...because they will be OUR laws. UK should not be in a rush to accept EU demands and diktats. They need our money like the majority of UK needs it freedom.
I suspect our local airport will be a ghost town with a hard Brexit. Can you see the major player staying there if tarriffs are involved? I think not. Only time will tell who is right and who is wrong. Doesn't bother me as I do not work for them.
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Old 15th Mar 2018, 18:48
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...and the door could then open for a new venture!
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Old 17th Mar 2018, 22:35
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...and the door could then open for a new venture!
Who knows. ATCL is now 2Excel at Gasham, but SEN stayed dead.
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Old 20th Mar 2018, 17:04
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We got an extension till end of 2020!

We got an extension till end of 2020!

Here is the link to the regulations in case of a hard BREXIT
ECAA (European Common Aviation Area)

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Old 20th Mar 2018, 20:52
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So, another two years of trying to work out how to ease the disconnection of the CAA from EASA or, as EASA has a larger membership than the EU, EASA from the EU.
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Old 13th Apr 2018, 22:42
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So, another two years of trying to work out how to ease the disconnection of the CAA from EASA or, as EASA has a larger membership than the EU, EASA from the EU.
Or Old Skool BCAR Section L guys to decide if they are going to record the torque wrench used or not.. Or use a torque wrench at all! (as the clamp they have overtorqued shears off in front of one. "Should have used the torque wrench I was suggesting!")
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Old 15th Apr 2018, 21:22
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...still trying to figure out what that statement says/means!?!?!?
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Old 19th Apr 2018, 09:47
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Originally Posted by easaman View Post
We got an extension till end of 2020!

Here is the link to the regulations in case of a hard BREXIT
ECAA (European Common Aviation Area)

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To be honest,sounds promising,but what will “gradual opening of markets”, mean to a former member of the EASA club? Hopefully we’ll remain members, in some form & all our musings will be moot!
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Old 19th Apr 2018, 18:33
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To be honest,sounds promising,but what will “gradual opening of markets”, mean to a former member of the EASA club? Hopefully we’ll remain members, in some form & all our musings will be moot!
I doubt that BREXIT will happen. The Theresa MayBe Government still has no idea how to handle the BREXIT, besides the costs of Zillions of GBP . They were really happy to change the subject in the media recently. When I think how weak the governments reactions were when Russia snatched the Crimea, and now for a former spy, all that fuss....
I just think about customs in Dover, and when the queue of lorries is on the motorway up to the Midlands to exchange parts between RR, the car-makers, etc. between the Continent and GB.

Europe has also got its DREAMERS

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Old 20th Apr 2018, 18:46
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updated releases, read all 3 of the links first before you go bashing away at the keyboard.

https://www.easa.europa.eu/brexit-negotiations

Notice to stake holders
https://ec.europa.eu/transport/sites...ion-safety.pdf

UK CAA Release
https://www.caa.co.uk/Our-work/Newsroom/Hot-topics/

If as published I guess this would also apply to modules and type training so you might want to think where you should sit the exam if you want a part 66
after next march.
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