Black Mountains Gliding Club

Powered aircraft policy

The club


Cross country


Visiting pilots

Talgarth area

The Black Mountains Gliding Club policy on visiting powered aircraft is laid out below.
  1. One motor glider is permanently based at the airfield. If another motor glider visits the site, only one may operate on that day.
  2. Motor glider pilots are requested to not practice "touch and go's" at the airfield.
  3. All powered arrivals are strictly 'Prior Permission Required' and limited to approved aircraft/pilots, with the exception of specified local pilots, aircraft in emergency situations and emergency service and police helicopters. Approval is given by the CFI or his nominated deputy.
  4. There is a total ban on self-launching or landing under power of Self Launching Motor Gliders and no start ups within 3 nautical miles of the airfield.
  5. Noise abatement procedures should be followed. Please request a copy of the procedures when applying for permission.