Wed Jul 15, 2020 5:17 pm
If you've grown up in London - if your car gets stuck on the road as the clutch has gone, not only will half the traffic on the road horn you loudly making you feel you are the cause of their traffic pile up, the other 99.9% will drive around you leaving you to sort out yourself.
It's the same at airfields. There are great people who will go out of their way to help and that's most kind and appreciated, and others who will continue minding on about their own business. It doesn't necessary mean they are above everybody else though - they might be on a mission to get somewhere.
Too many people are simply busy these days and won't stop unless you're visibly injured.
Last edited by James Chan on Wed Jul 15, 2020 5:21 pm, edited 1 time in total.
If we don't take part in protecting GA access to infrastructure, the smaller aerodromes will be built over, the larger aerodromes will have exorbitant handling fees and awkward procedures, and airspace will be over-classified to Class A everywhere.