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Old 22nd Mar 2022, 13:09
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Reading list enquiry post-brexit

I have been out from aviation for a while and wanted to do some reading in order to catch-up with post Brexit UK aviation in general (also in the mean time trying to find a good way to fall asleep at night)

When browsing the CAA website I keep coming across this

“References to EU regulation or EU websites in our guidance will not be an accurate description of your obligations or rights under UK law”

So is SERA still a good starting point?

So far what I have found those literature from the CAA website (https://info.caa.co.uk/uk-regulations/)

CAP2030A00

CAP2020A00

CAP2023A00

CAP1721

But they all have reference to EU rules so I am a bit confused…

Anything else that you would recommend reading to get back into helicopter flying? Things like CAP694 for example?

My hope is to gather an accurate list of things to read.
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Old 22nd Mar 2022, 18:10
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The Skyway Code (V3) was published in March 2021 and is post-brexit material. The CAA advertise that (among other things) it:
  • Reflects the UK’s departure from the EU and guidance on the associated changes
  • Updates to all aeronautical information, including radio frequencies and frequency monitoring codes
  • Radiotelephony exchanges updated to reflect latest CAP 413 guidance
Hopefully it can be of use (even if not specifically for helicopters).
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Old 22nd Mar 2022, 21:40
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Agree on the skyway code. Good starting point. But bit disappointed to see the correction on the website which says:

On page 87 (print) 88 (online), the guidance regarding the transition level does not reflect current policy that the lowest available Flight Level after setting 1013 hPa at the transition altitude is always at least 1,000 ft above the transition level.

It should read "transition ALTITUDE" at the end - not the only example of poor error checking in the broader CAA document set.
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Old 23rd Mar 2022, 10:40
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Thanks guys, I had missed that one completely as well as CAP413
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Old 23rd Mar 2022, 12:14
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A few years back there was a website that re-worded aviation regulation (EASA) into a format that was more readable for the non lawyers out there.

I can't remember what it was, is that site still out there? What is it?
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Old 23rd Mar 2022, 22:23
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https://www.easa.europa.eu/document-...y-access-rules
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Nope, found it after a bit more search

https://www.part-aero.com/

Look like they are no longer updating it. It was very handy a few years back
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