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Reporting an Airprox

 
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A reported Airprox will normally only be accepted from pilots or air traffic controllers. Please contact the UKAB if you are neither but wish to report an occurence.

Airprox definition

An Airprox is a situation in which, in the opinion of a pilot or air traffic services personnel, the distance between aircraft as well as their relative positions and speed have been such that the safety of the aircraft involved may have been compromised.

Reporting an Airprox

Details of the procedures are given in UK AIP ENR 1.14 and UK AIP (MIL) ENR 1.14.

Airprox Report Forms

Note that we have received reports of difficulties with the downloaded Airprox Form.

Please read the PDF form advice before downloading the form and ensure you save a copy to your computer before sending it back to UKAB.

The Airprox Report Form for civilian pilots:

Civilian ATCOs should obtain the report form from their Unit.

Military ATCOs and pilots should submit an Airprox DASOR iaw MAA RA 1410.

 

Useful contacts details:

UK Airprox Board

E mail: contact@airproxboard.org.uk
Fax:  0208 842  6056
DFTS:  95233 6051

  RAC (Mil) 

E mail: rac.mil@nats.co.uk
Fax:  01489 612770
DFTS:  95586 2172