phijip wrote:Sure enough, once clear of the LFA and in uncontrolled airspace, I will climb to and fly wherever I want. No?
Presumably you will then keep the Farnborough inbounds on your right and give way to them
Sounds like a plan.
chevvron wrote:and that will be your explanation in the subsequent Airprox inquiry.
"I saw it and I avoided it". What else is there to say?
Please let me know when you are flying near Fairoaks so that I can stay on the ground.
Can you not see and avoid like anywhere else in UK class G?
Shall I let you know when I launch from Bourne Park so you can avoid that area as well?
Now, as a good "citizen of the air", I would suggest calling Farnborough if flying near their approaches, just so they can call the traffic to you and you can say "traffic in sight" to give everyone peace of mind.