The Stationery Office is the official publisher of CAA material and distributes over 280 titles on behalf of the CAA, including CAP 804. If you want to place an order or have a publication enquiry contact

Tel: +44 (0) 870 600 5522 Fax: +44 (0) 870 600 5533


TSO Orders/Post Cash Dept
PO Box 29
Norwich NR3 1GN

Opening times: Monday - Friday 08.30 to 17.00 (Closed Bank Holidays)


The British Aerobatic Association (BAeA) are the sport flying Association responsible in the UK for scheduling and running aerobatic competitions for powered aircraft and gliders to internationally approved FAI / CIVA rules

They run about fifteen events each year throughout the UK and Eire. National champions are declared in four power and three glider classes, and they send teams to all three annual international aerobatic championships

Pilots and aviation enthusiasts are warmly encouraged to meet BAeA members at a contest, particularly to assist on the judging line - ask for the Chief Judge or the Contest Director. If you're a pilot, flying in an aerobatic contest is the most exhilarating fun you can have.... and much easier to achieve than most imagine

Why not go and find out more about flying, judging, assisting or just viewing at a BAeA aerobatic competition


South Warwickshire Flying School situated in the pleasant Shakespearean County of Warwickshire, just a twenty minute drive from Royal Leamington Spa and only ten minutes from Stratford-Upon-Avon offers flying training on either a full or part-time basis. They operate seven days a week for flight training and aeroplane hire

Tel: 01789 840094 Fax: 01789 842539



Take Flight Aviation flying club and flight school offers flying lessons, flight training and light aircraft hire. With unrivalled facilities and a fleet of over a dozen aircraft, we provide members no limits general aviation aircraft hire without the restrictions imposed by many flying schools, the hassle associated with flying groups or the financial burden of ownership

Tel: 01789 470424



Located at Prestwick International Airport in Ayrshire Scotland, the Prestwick Flight Centre offers the complete package for PPL Training and aviation Gift Vouchers. As an Approved Training Organisation (ATO), they offer both Ground School and Flight Training leading to the award of a EASA Private Pilots Licence (PPL) or National Private Pilots Licence (NPPL), and additional qualifications such as the IMC Rating, Night Rating and SEP (Sea) Class Rating. For more information contact:

Prestwick Flight Centre, Hangar 22A, Prestwick Airport, Prestwick KA9 2PQ

Tel: 01292 476523 Fax: 01292 479991



Loch Lomond Seaplanes is Scotland's first commercial seaplane service. They offer excursion trips, charter services, lunch excursions and business services on Scotland's first and only commercial seaplane service. Fly from the heart of Glasgow to the beautiful Highlands and Islands of Scotland

Tel: UK 0870 2421457 Overseas +44 (0)1436 675030



Oddsoft is a small company started in 1994 specialising in aviation training software. They are the producers of the Radio Aids Navigation Tutor (RANT), an invaluable software training package for PCs. Oddsoft is run by two aviation professionals who share an interest in computers. This is what makes them different, they are pilots who write software rather than software writers who dabble in aviation. The tutorials are based on a combined 85 years plus in the cockpit. For more information visit the Oddsoft website

Tel: UK 01608 810152 Overseas + 44 1242 609239

email: or

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Wellesbourne Mountford Airfield, the home of On-Track Aviation Limited, is situated 4-5 miles east of Stratford-Upon-Avon, just off the B4086. You can reach it from the M40 junction 15 by following the A429 sign posted to Stow-on-the-Wold

There is a restaurant and bar called the Touchdown Inn Cafe with good views of the activities and in good weather you can eat outside on the large patio area with aircraft passing very close by on the adjacent taxiway

Warwick Castle, Shakespeare's Stratford and the British Motor Heritage Museum are all within 10 minutes drive of the airfield; while picturesque Charlecote Park and House are just 10 minutes walk away. On Saturdays a large market takes place on part of the airfield and on Sundays and Bank Holidays the Wellesbourne Museum is open to the public. Other nearby attractions include Warwick and Stratford Racecourses and Gaydon Motor Heritage Centre

Tel: 01789 842007 (Radarmoor Ltd) ATC Fax: 01789 470465 (Customs, etc)



The mission of the agency is to:
# Ensure the highest common level of safety protection for EU citizens
# Ensure the highest common level of environmental protection
# Single regulatory and certification process among Member States
# Facilitate the internal aviation single market and create a level playing field
# Work with other international aviation organisations and regulators

The tasks of the agency include:
# Draft implementing rules in all fields pertinent to the EASA mission
# Certify and approve products and organisations, in fields where EASA has exclusive competence (e.g. airworthiness)
# Provide oversight and support to Member States in fields where EASA has shared competence (e.g. Air Operations, Air Traffic Management)
# Promote the use of European and worldwide standards
# Cooperate with international actors in order to achieve the highest safety level for EU citizens globally (e.g. EU safety list, Third Country Operators authorisations)

EASA Headquarters Konrad-Adenauer-Ufer 3
D-50668 Cologne, Germany

Tel: +49 221 899900


This department is responsible for the grant of pilot, flight engineer and radio-telephony licences and additional qualifications for aeroplanes, helicopters, gyroplanes, airships and free balloons for private and professional flying. They also approve training organisations and courses, authorise licensing examiners and provide a range of licensing examination, flight test, administrative and general services

Civil Aviation Authority
Shared Services Centre
Aviation House
Gatwick Airport South
West Sussex RH6 0YR

Tel: 01293 573700 Fax: 01293 573996 / 573779

Pilot Licence email:
Medical email:
Engineer Licence email:
Enquiry email:

United Kingdom Air Accidents Investigation Branch

The United Kingdom Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) is part of the Department for Transport and is responsible for the Investigation of civil aircraft accidents and serious incidents within the UK. The Chief Inspector of Air Accidents reports directly to the Secretary of State for Transport. The fundamental purpose of investigating accidents is to determine the circumstances and causes of the accident with a view to the preservation of life and the avoidance of accidents in the future. It is not to apportion blame or liability.

Their findings are published in a variety of media including the GASIL, Flight Safety Bulletin, AAIB Monthly Bulletin and on the AAIB website

Air Accidents Investigation Branch
Berkshire Copse Road
Hampshire GU11 2HH

Tel: 01252 510300 Fax: 01252 376999





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