CAA Publishes New Rules For UK Airshows Following Shoreham Crash

Specialist Lawyers Representing Victims Welcome Safety Improvements

14.04.2016

Dave Grimshaw, Press Officer | 0114 274 4397

The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has published its final report from the review of UK civil air displays following the Shoreham Airshow crash as it bids to improve safety measures at future events.

An ex-military Hawker Hunter jet aircraft crashed into the westbound carriageway of the A27 on 22 August 2015 while taking part in an air display near Shoreham airport. Eleven people on the ground were killed, a number of others were seriously injured and the pilot also suffered serious injuries.

Specialist aviation lawyers at Irwin Mitchell are representing and advising people left injured following the Shoreham air crash. They are helping them to access the therapies and rehabilitation they need to overcome the ordeal.

Jim Morris, a specialist aviation lawyer at Irwin Mitchell and former RAF pilot representing victims of the Shoreham airshow crash, said: