Here are all of our resources for you to learn more about the Work Together, Stay Apart programme and share the knowledge and awareness with others.
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We’ve produced a Good Aviation Practice (GAP) video called Plane Talking. The video focuses on standard radio calls and was taken on the road in a series of seminars from September through November 2023, in 21 locations around the country.
Radio communication is a frequent contributing factor to occurrences at unattended aerodromes, where pilots-in-command are responsible for their own sequencing and collision avoidance. In this scenario, as with many other aspects of aviation and life in general, communication is key!
To support the Work Together, Stay Apart campaign, we have produced 3 educational posters.
Printable versions are available to download below.
Alternatively, order free printed copies of the posters using our online ordering form.
To encourage safe flying at unattended aerodromes, Vector Online asked various users, “What do you want your airspace neighbours to know about the way you fly?” Listen here to what they had to say.
In collaboration with flight examiners and training providers, we’ve produced a Good Aviation Practice video to provide guidance on how to execute the standard overhead join at unattended aerodromes to help reinforce standardisation of good practice. It has been designed to be used as a training aid with the video reinforcing:
The standard overhead join isn’t just a training manoeuvre and it’s not just for student pilots; it’s a procedure all pilots should be able to undertake when appropriate.
We wish to thank industry Flight Examiners Daryl Gillett, Paul Kearney, and James Hillson and South Canterbury Aero Club CFI Aaron Pearce in helping us put this video together.