Covid-19 Related links
- *NEW* Exemption Guidance for ORS4 No. 1416 (CAP1946)
- Updated Government guidance for GA ahead of the restart of dual and instructional flights
- EGGP Temporary Operating Instruction re post-pandemic operations
- Guide for Disinfection of General Aviation Aircraft
- *NEW* GASCO: Returning to flying
- CAP 1925: Advice for pilots
- CAP 1924: Preparing for a return to training
- UK Goverment: Recreational flying and social distancing
- CAP 1919: Safety advice for the GA community as it returns to flying after COVID-19 restrictions
- UK CAA C-19 guidance page
- UK CAA C-19 guidance in plain English
- UK Government C-19 guidance on recreational aviation
- UK Government C-19 general advice pages
- NHS: How to wash your hands
Use the following links to find out more about the implications of specific medical conditions on learning to fly or for more detailed information on the medical certification process.
Local Aeromedical Examiners
Below are listed are contact details for some of the local aeromedical examiners (AME) which our members use. If you have further questions after studying the official guidance you should contact an AME for advice.
Tel. 07704 299 058
Dr John R Wray
Maghull, Merseyside, Formby & Manchester Airport.
Tel. 07770 798 353
Dr Ed Byrne
07802 876 752
Occurrence reporting in the UK and the rest of Europe is governed by European Regulation 376/2014. More guidance on what should be reported and by whom, together with access to the online reporting portal, can be found here.
Merseyflight members are encouraged to report both mandatory reportable occurrences and any ‘non-reportable’ issues via the Merseyflight safety event reporting portal. Reports made via this method will be escalated by the Merseyflight Safety Manager to the relevant authorities as appropriate. Safety issues affecting Merseyflight aircraft or personnel must be reported using this method.
Safety Publications & Sites