Sun Jul 14, 2019 7:42 pm #1706234
peterh337 wrote:The new CAA regime will severely affect GA in the UK.
From all the evidence I have seen the 'new CAA regime' identifies those few pilots that have had multiple infringements and/or generate significant levels of risk as a result of an infringement. If that has the effect on GA of removing risk from the activity that we all love then, personally, I am very content, particularly if this can be achieved via education, lesson learning and a 'Just Culture' rather than utilising the courts and draconian fines.
Peter, you have spent literally pages and pages of effort both on your own forum and now on here trying to rubbish the process, as applied to you, yet generally, have attracted very little empathy amongst significant numbers of fellow GA pilots. When a respected fellow forumite and moderator finally suggested that the whole process has badly affected you and made you bitter, you turn on him in the same aggressive way, you have addressed everyone who has suggested the real world may not be against you in quite the way you perceive it.
Given that, by admission, you have been involved in multiple infringement events and yet clearly feel none of the process, as applied to you, has had any positive impact in terms of education and demonstrably has not stopped your repeated transgressions, then perhaps it is time to stop and examine your own behaviours?