The MET Office
A world leader in aviation met. services, the Met Office provides a comprehensive range of weather and environmental services for the aviation community, from recreational pilots through to airports and global airlines.
The CAA is the UK’s independent aviation regulator, with all civil aviation regulatory functions (economic regulation, airspace policy, safety regulation and consumer protection) integrated within a single specialist body.
This site is designed to give you as much information as possible about helicopters in Britain. It is categorised to speed you quickly to the requisite information. There is also an alphabetical index page to help you in your search.
The Aviation Academy
The Aviation Academy offers a range of training courses in the world of aviation, in collaboration with Craven College. Whether you are hoping to become a pilot or an air hostess, the variety of training programmes here at the Aviation Academy is intended to provide you with the best possible start for you to fly-high with a career in aviation.
The BTEC Diploma, BSC and BA Honours Degree training courses the Aviation Academy runs include, Pilot training, Air Cabin Crew training, Airport Operations training, Aviation Management and Operations, and Travel and Tourism.
Great North Air Ambulance Service
The Great North Air Ambulance Service (GNAAS) operates three helicopters across an area of 8,000 square miles, from the Scottish Borders to North Yorkshire, from East Coast to West. No matter where they are responding to, the aircraft are never more than fifteen minutes from the nearest hospital. On board they carry specialist trauma doctors and paramedics, bringing Accident and Emergency expertise to the scene, giving the patient the best possible chance of recovery.
General information about the industry is available here, with more detailed information available to members of BBGA. If you are involved in any way in Business or General Aviation you should be a member of BBGA. With the tide of regulatory change facing the industry, only a strong representative body can fight for the rights of our industry.
Leeds Bradford Airport
Leeds Bradford Airport began life as Yeadon Aerodrome in 1931 and has since expanded to become one of the UK’s leading regional airports. The airport is easily reached by the M62 and M1 motorways. LBA supports a wide range of direct UK and European flights plus several national and international carriers, most of whom offer worldwide connections.
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