Working in partnership with industry and trade bodies such as the European Business Aircraft Association, the British Business and General Aviation Association, and the Helicopter Club of Great Britain, the BHA has achieved remarkable results to the benefit of the entire civil rotorcraft sector.
Responding to a regulatory demand, the BHA designed and now runs a course for current and potential Flight Operations Post Holders (Chief Pilots). This two-day course is run jointly by the CAA and the BHA and is offered to members free of charge. Non-members are welcome to attend but will be required to pay the course fee.
The BHA is a member of the CAA Finance Advisory Committee that monitors the industry scheme of charges in relation to the CAA’s regulatory and financial performance. In 2011 the BHA negotiated the expansion of the CAA charging bands for onshore helicopters to permit a greater flexibility in aircraft operating numbers without the penalty of charges relating to a higher band.
The BHA is the voice of the UK civil helicopter industry and it needs the continuing support of the entire rotorcraft community if it is to protect our freedom to operate safely and within the appropriate regulations.
A special introductory rate is available for one-year provisional membership to newly formed operations.
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