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Hi All

Due to increasing CAA requirements governing flight schools, especially those only operating one aircraft, Robin Coss Aviation Flight Training will cease to operate from the 1st of August.

ZU-DJH will be moving across to Cape Town Flying Club and all will be able to book her on their system. Rates have not been finalized yet and all will be let known in due course, along with transferring any credits that are held with Robin Coss Aviation. Cape Town Flying Club are extending their hospitality to all and are offering free entrance to their club until normal annual renewal time. For those that are paying a month-to-month excess insurance fund, Cape Town Flying Club has their own excess insurance fund and will work out cheaper for all. Those that have paid your excess insurance for the year, it is still valid at Cape Town Flying Club.

The move of the aircraft to Cape Town Flying Club is to provide better facilities and services in regards to your flying needs. We will be continuing to work with them to expand the fleet of RVs operated in Cape Town - even possibly an RV10 for the future. In the meanwhile, please contact Beverley on 021 934 0257 to join CTFC. The aircraft is on their booking system already and please can all transfer their bookings to the new system.

DJH will be continued to be hangared at RCA's hangar. As information becomes available over the next week we will inform all.

Thank you very much for supporting Robin Coss Aviation Flight Training over the past several years.

Regards

Robin Coss

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  • Oct 4, 2006
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