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Ashcroft-NOLAC [no Peacocks just safe flt ops22 Apr 2018 click on Red

Corruption on an industrial scale: VISIT THE LANCASHIRE AERO CLUB .. here
   


 
BAAC-CAA-LAC
 [public safety litigation on schedule 16-17 May 2018]
  



15,000 Ashcroft road users thank Zsolt Nagygyörgy ... Litigation Day 534
  

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CAA staff are transient - policies remain.15,000 road users have a message for Tony Rapson

How bad does it have to get before HM Courts order the UK CAA to protect our public
  



The BAAC are desperate for Aviation Experts - look no further than PPRuNE
 
LAC Committee 23 Nov 2010: "As you are aware whatever the interaction of the Flying and Storage rights with CAP 393  the rights you have voluntarily granted to Ellis by Deed are ransom rights.... Happily I have been able to acquire the rights from Mr& Mrs Ellis. Mr Ellis pointed out that the rights apply to Ashcroft North as well as Ashcroft Main so you can expect to see us even if you sell Ashcroft Main to a stranger... It is because we own the Ellis Rights that we were confident of being able to deliver a satisfactory deal. Of course you can sell elsewhere but any other purchaser will have to put up with us and whoever of the membership of LAC we grant licences" Top Tip: Stay well clear of the LAC
 

   
LAC ransomed us sending 1,458 legal docs: You're with us .. or .. against us
 




In our 8 year experience with Lanc's Aero Club there are only 
2 rules to remember:

1. Don't trust in the bona fides of the Lancashire Aero Club ...and
2. Don't forget Rule One



It's about time we brought the Lancashire Aero Club .. down to earth



FAO Cheshire Constabulary - can anyone verify the bona fides of PPRuNe forumites:
John Wilkinson
 [johnwilkinson303@gmail.com] and John Atherton [wheelbarrowexperts@yahoo.com]



 



Anyone missing a Steen Skybolt ?  LAC suggest you check your hangar for G-SKIE

11 March: An investigation has been launched into how a light aircraft crashed on Anglesey 
The Air Accident Investigation Branch (AAIB) has confirmed it has opened a probe into how the plane, a Steen Skybolt, crashed near Trysglwyn wind farm in Rhosybol, near Amlwch.





  

 

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AAIB G-GARB  .. Letter to the Powys Coroner / CAA / Shoreham Inquest team .. Here


  

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