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You must have a suitable chart with you when flying which will allow you to complete your flight legally and safely.

In theory, this would mean an OS map is OK as long as you have drawn on all airspace.

Even a current CAA chart is not valid unless you have been on the CAA web site and checked for amendments and noted them on your chart. The airspace around Doncaster Robin Hood is a case in point, as it's not on the latest 1:250,000 chart. Pain in the bum drawing it on, but hey.

It would be nice to have airspace updates available as an overlay that could be printed on to OHP film and fastened onto the map of your choice, just requiring suitable scaling.


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