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Are You Going to the ‘Private Flyer’ Show?

The Private Flyer show will take place this week on Friday and Saturday (17-18 May 2024). Check out the programme (hosted by Flying Reporter, Jon Hunt) and list of exhibitors at the Private Flyer website. This also outlines clearly all the show’s attractions. GAAC will not have a stand this year but some of our […]


VIDEO: Aerodrome Closed: Could Yours be Next?

PLEASE CLICK HERE TO WATCH VIDEO ON YOUTUBE (THE FLYING REPORTER) – or click on the story title above and then the link. ‘The Flying Reporter,’ Jon Hunt, takes a somewhat sceptical view on whether anything is being done that is actually likely to stop UK airfields closing. There are kind mentions of the GAAC’s


Aero Friedrichshafen Report by The Flying Reporter

Please click here to view on YouTube: AERO REPORT.  Aero Friedrichshafen 2024 took place 17-20 April, 2024, at Messe Friedrichshafen. The focus in his video report on microlight aircraft is interesting and a short interview (at the 10 minute mark in the video) with BMAA CEO (and GAAC Board Member) Rob Hughes sheds some light


GAAC Highlights ‘Recent Work’ for Airfields

Please click here to see the latest work of GAAC or visit this new website page any time to get an update on the latest work advising airfields around the UK. From the GAAC Home Page click ‘Recent Work’. This will include the three main issues currently being worked on though there are many more,


BBGA 2024 Conference Report

Please see below for a report on the Annual Conference of the British Business and General Aviation Association (BBGA) which took place on 7th March 2024 in London. BBGA CONFERENCE REPORT


GAAC at Aero Friedrichshafen

If you’re going to the Aero Friedrichshafen show this week and want to meet up with GAAC reps, then Ian Sheppard, our communications adviser (and researcher/writer for Aviation Week), and Chris Varley, our insurance adviser (of Approach Aviation Insurance), will be visiting the show and can meet at the GA Buyer Europe /AvBuyer stand (Hall


Please Support the GAAC

Please support our ‘Save Our Airfields’ campaign to support UK airfields with their issues, for which we need £10,000 a year to cover expenses. We have active cases with 140 airfields at various levels of activity and involvement, offering considerable expertise. We also continue to work towards a protected Strategic Airfield Network. Please click on

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