The BN2 pilot was concerned by the proximity of the C303.
1. The C303 pilot’s non-sighting of the BN2.
2. Confusion caused at least in part by over controlling
under a Basic Service and non-standard phraseology.
(HQ Air Trg)
The Biggin TC controller inadvertently cleared the aircraft
One pilot’s transmissions blocked the Biggin TC controller,
preventing timely conflict resolution.
(HQ Air Ops)
A non-sighting by the PA28(B) pilot and effectively a
non-sighting by the PA28(A) pilot.
The controller’s workload precluded the provision of an
unrestricted Traffic Service.
Light Aircraft (glider tug)
The A109 pilot overtook the tug/glider combination too
The tug pilot did not clear his flight path prior to turning.
The DHC8 pilot flew into conflict with the C182.
1. The DHC8 flew close to a promulgated and active parachuting
2. ATC did not specifically mention Errol’s status to the
Dundee ATC include Errol airfield parachuting site details
in their AIP entry and on their instrument procedure plates.
A late sighting by the Tutor pilot and a possible
non-sighting by the Europa pilot.
ATC did not pass timely Traffic Information to the Tutor
The Chinook pilot did not act on the Traffic Information