Lockhaven wrote:Typical of the CAA to go after the easy conviction, a quick ramp check, sorry sir your documents are not in order please come with us.
What about putting a stop to likes of the dodgy charters such as the Malibu that crashed in the channel, no chance because there was no paperwork to backup the dodgy charter so to much like hard work for the CAA.
Or perhaps the CAA had intelligence of the 70 flights it appears flown under a licence that had been falsified, as opposed to someone flying a Malibu as a one off*
* I have no idea what happened in either cases..... but slagging off the CAA is a bit like being caught speeding and having a go at the police for Terrorist activity and serious crime. I don’t know the perpetrator but he seemed to be consciously incompetent here.