HF 12: Flying in the UK

In this week's flying pilot podcast we speak with Saul, a pilot based in the UK, about the differences flying through Europe as compared to piloting in the United States. We discuss:

  •  The shirt tails tradition and whether or not it happens on the other side of the Atlantic
  • The difference in ruling bodies and aviation laws between the two countries
  • Differences between the UK CAA and the European Aviation Safety Authority (EASA)
  • Limitations of Class A airspace in England around London
  • A comparison of aviation fuel prices
  • and more...

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