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EU expands Bilateral Aviation Safety Agreement with the United States to cover pilot licences and flight simulators
The Bilateral Aviation Safety Agreement with the United States, which can be found here has been signed in Brussels. The following text written by Emmanuel Davidson, President of AOPA France gives some interesting background information : I have received number of questions regarding the announcement of the bilateral agreement signed …
We are all in the Sky
Aviation associations call for greater cooperation to ensure safe co-existence of manned and unmanned aircraft
A group of Europe’s leading aviation associations call on the European Commission to develop an all-inclusive, cooperative approach to ensure the safe integration of drones into European airspace.
Luxembourg’s National Aviation authority (DAC) public consultation on U-Space
As Covid-19 is the more formal synonym for the Corona virus, the same is valid for drones. The official wording is UAS, which stands for unmanned aerial system.
A UAS is sometimes is a sophisticated military technology but also a hobbyist’s tool,…
AOPA Luxembourg Letter to Minister of Mobility and Public Works
Objet : Réouverture de l’espace aérien luxembourgeois pour les vols de l‘aviation générale VFR et IFR
Extension of Authorizations and Medical Certificates as a Result of Covid-19
Disclaimer: This information can change at any time. Only the publications of Direction de l’Aviation Civile Luxembourg are binding. The Coronavirus situation presents additional problems for General Aviation. Private aviation, being part of General Aviation is also affected by the paralysis of public life. The Covid-19 pandemic means that, for …
AOPA Luxembourg Voluntary Service
As you know we are all confronted with the fall-out about of the Covid-19 (Corona) virus.
An initiative was promptly developed at the AOPA board level in order to reach out to the Covid19 task force of the Luxembourg government.
AOPA Luxembourg: New e-mail
The name of our association changed early 2020 from UPL-AOPA Luxembourg to AOPA Luxembourg.
The email address firstname.lastname@example.org is no longer in use…
Dear pilot and plane owners, Last winter was a very wet one and the winter ended with several stormy weekends in a row. Not very suitable for flying. No one would have thought that the global Corona plague would in no time affect the lives of all of us. And …
Changes on VFR maps
AIC FRANCE A 04/19