European GA Scene

GA’s army of proponents have taken up the fight to raise the profile of this huge industry – which has a fleet of 10,000 aircraft in Europe – through a mixture of fortitude and self-preservation.

“GA is seen by a lot of people as largely pointless,” says Martin Robinson, chief executive of the UK Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association – the international organisation concerned with general aviation – and senior vice-president of the International Council for AOPA, which represents the interests of GA at European Commission, Parliament, European Aviation Safety Agency and Eurocontrol and other egulatory bodies. Continue reading…

European GA.jpg(Photo: AOPA Germany)


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