Investment advice: buy gold!
I have a feeling the CAA will be using a lot of it following this shambles.
Stampe wrote:...what is most probably the most serious airspace infringement ever in this country...
Sooty25 wrote:something has just occurred to me. This Airspeeder was a scaled down prototype version of the intended aircraft. The final design is a manned aircraft for racing. If they had built a full sized prototype, it would presumably have had a pilot, so would have needed I'm guessing.... CofA? Unless they produce them as a sub 51% kit, then a PtF? but what does a multirotor kit aircraft come under?
Whatever the real thing would have been, it would have been pilot controlled, inspected by a third party and presumably fitted with an on board isolator and BRS.
If they'd have gone 100%, this would never have happened.
Genghis the Engineer wrote:Any post flight test manned aircraft in the UK, and most other European countries, needs a CofA or PtF - that isn't open to negotiation.