Hit the map to be taken to Manchester Evening News story on this.
Map of prohibited area. Not counting, of course, the regularly flown G-A aircraft that fly lower than their lowest allowed of 500′.
Hit the map to be taken to Barton’s website, which also gives the basic rules for drone operation.
Doing your own research gives causes for aircraft accidents.
- Pilot error.
- Mechanical failure.
The one a couple of years ago was an airliner pilot spotting an unidentified, close by. He reported it was a drone (yeah, piloting an airliner at over 200/300mph). Not a bird. A drone. Normal sightings are now ‘drones’ by default. Before this hysteria, it was birds, which was normally correct. This time, however, it was a polythene bag. The sheeple just absorb whatever the media throw at them, as do our M.P.s, to take away our freedoms, bit by bit…
Visiting July 11th, 2015.
City Airport, July 30th 2016
Beautiful piece of kit.
(Photo courtesy Jenny Mc.Manamon)
Morane Saulnier. Beautiful restoration.
>>>Morane-Saulnier MS-317 G-MOSA / HY22 (cn 351) Carrying an Aeronavale livery, this aircraft was previously N351MS and it has been on the UK register since 2009.<<< (Source uk.pinterest)