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Aerodrome Safeguarding

Aerodrome Safety Improvement Notices

AIRPORT SAFETY IMPROVEMENT NOTICES DATE ISSUED SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS
SMS-27 Safety Alert Improvement Notice October 2018 Excessive Speed of vehicles and aircraft on the manoeuvring area

Aerodrome Safety Improvement Notices

AERODROME SAFETY NOTICES DATE ISSUED SUPPORTING DOCUMENT
ASN 01-18 Engine Test Running February 2019
ASN 02-18 Foreign Object Debris February 2018
ASN 03-18 Hotspot February 2018
ASN 04-18 Apron Passenger Procedure February 2018
ASN 04-18 Apron Passenger Procedure February 2018
ASN 06-18 Helipads 4-7 and 70’s Parking Rows February 2018
ASN 07-18 Refuelling and Safety in the Refuelling Area February 2018
ASN 08-18 Fuel Availability for Fixed Wing and Rotary Helicopters February 2018
ASN 09-18 Crane Operations Near Aerodromes February 2018 SMS-14 Contractors Crane Operation Notification Form

Aerodrome Safety Reporting

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Aerodrome Safeguarding

Please click this link to access a PDF with more information: Advice Note 1: Aerodrome Safeguarding: An Overview 2016

Please click this link to access a PDF with more information: Advice Note 2: Lighting 2016

Please click this link to access a PDF with more information: Advice Note 3: Wildlife Hazards 2016

Please click this link to access a PDF with more information: SMS-14 Contractors Crane Request 2020
Please click this link to access a PDF with more information: Advice Note 5: Renewable Energy 2016

Drone Safety

Regarding Drone Safety, Brighton City Airport are aware of the increase of drones use. The popularity of drones has resulted in huge safety problems for airports with flights having to be diverted recently from major airports such as Gatwick due to the risk and inaccurate use of them. In addition, the UK’s Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) have informed that new rules and laws will be applied regarding the operation use of drones due to the rising popularity of them.

Brighton City Airport aims to prevent accidents and delays of drones by promoting drone safety and asking drone users to follow the guidelines, rules and accurate information when using their drones. Whilst drones have great benefits, we advise drone users to operate them in a safe environment.

Three areas to follow before flying your drone

  • Recognise and understand the current UK laws and rule (regularly check for updates)
  • Recognise and understand the drone code
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Regarding operating drones around Brighton City Airport and its surrounding – please find attached a Notice of Use of a Remotely Piloted Aerial System (RPAS) form for reporting drones in controlled airspace – RPAS Notice Form

In addition, for more information regarding drone safety, feel free to contact us at Brighton City Airport or see below the following: