pete_b Posted December 6, 2013 Share Posted December 6, 2013 The CAA are conducting a review of red tape affecting all forms of GA and sport aviation. This is a golden opportunity for paramotors with wheels to be included in the SPHG definition. All it will take is the CAA to be persuaded that "the aircraft is footlaunched" should include footlaunched aircraft that can have an adaption that lets them take off from wheels. Check out this website https://www.gov.uk/government/consultat ... -challenge which will send you to this website http://www.caa.co.uk/default.aspx?catid ... geid=15433 which says that the consultation is open from 6th November until 6th December. and an email address to send suggestions. firstname.lastname@example.org Bombard it with the suggestion that aircraft weighing less than 70kg fully fueled whose slow flight speed is less than 30kts should be included in the SPHG definition merely by the CAA taking the view that "if it can be foot-launched it is SPHG irrespective of if it also has wheels". Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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