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On the up - Membership growing and more

This year I’m extremely pleased to tell you that membership continues to grow with three more this month. I am on a mission now to stamp out historic divisions within the gyro community and get us all back on side. If we can invigorate interest, camaraderie and fun then this association can once again be a essential and influential part of gyro Aviation in the UK.

New Polo shirts, sweatshirts and fleeces will hopefully be available before Popham and two orders placed recently on the website will be delivered before the end of March.


Finally I am pushing for a BRA reporting system, this is so we can collect data and forward it to the right authorities without pilots feeling like they are being ignored or misrepresented. it should also make us all more aware of what is possible and therefore safer.


Please let me have your thoughts

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Membership
Mar 04, 2020

That and of course occurrences like leaks in pneumatics, brake pad failures, exhaust springs breaking, switches failing and pretty much anything that causes concern and could be sorted with the right attitude or solution from an authority, manufacturer or engineer. We will get a formal system in place to guide responses

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Mar 04, 2020

Is the reporting system idea for collecting data on faults with gyros that we feel raise safety issues, and quality of manufacture issues?

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