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    BMAA Policy

    Thanks Paul for a concise and plain English answer to a thread.
    The majority of us are appreciative of what goes on behind the scenes with the BMAA (and LAA) to keep us flying, keeping our costs low and keeping cumbersome bureaucracy to a minimum., while it will never be got rid of completely at least we have the BMAA and such to fight our corner with good people at the helm we are in quite safe hands. Thanks again.

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    Well done Paul. It is all too easy to complain about perceived deficiency without knowing all the facts. Even easier to complain without offering suggestions on improvements or, dare we suggest, offering time and help. I'm with Jon. Thanks to theBMAA for what they do with little praise.

    Allan

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    BMAA Policy

    Paul Dewhurst wrote:

    As for BMAA policy - please read the long article I wrote for MF where current policy is explained.
    Thanks to those of you who wrote nice words; it is appreciated. Those of you who want to (re?)read Paul's article, it's in the February 2012 edition of Microlight Flying (here).

    Joan

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    Jon Kilpatrick wrote:
    Thanks Paul for a concise and plain English answer to a thread.
    The majority of us are appreciative of what goes on behind the scenes with the BMAA (and LAA) to keep us flying, keeping our costs low and keeping cumbersome bureaucracy to a minimum., while it will never be got rid of completely at least we have the BMAA and such to fight our corner with good people at the helm we are in quite safe hands. Thanks again.
    [6]Hear, Hear![/6]

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    BMAA Policy

    [quote=Jon Kilpatrick]
    Thanks Paul for a concise and plain English answer to a thread.
    The majority of us are appreciative of what goes on behind the scenes with the BMAA (and LAA) to keep us flying, keeping our costs low and keeping cumbersome bureaucracy to a minimum., while it will never be got rid of completely at least we have the BMAA and such to fight our corner with good people at the helm we are in quite safe hands. Thanks again. :-)

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    BMAA Policy

    Well there´s always the Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg

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    BMAA Policy

    Roger Camp wrote:
    Well there´s always the Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg
    :devil: Which clause of ECHR are you suggesting is being breached?

    Joan

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