Unfortunately Airforce has had to suspend teaching for the time being due to licensing delays, hopefully this issue will be resolved as soon as possible. The delay is in no way due to issues with the school, over the last 5 year period we maintained our impeccable and perfect record. The issue is regarding environmental impact especially in relation to wildlife, and is of the kitesurf community as a whole. We encourage you to share amongst your friends to engage in extra diligence when accessing the foreshore, respect the restricted zones especially in areas of importance to wildlife. Negotiations are taking place to address these issues, and if anybody has any articulate well informed data regarding impact to wildlife please forward it to us as we are collecting relevant data from around the world (it is out there!). Please remember this is not a forum and we are only interested in relevant official case studies preferably independent, regarding kiteboarding environmental impact on wildlife. Our aim is to help promote kitesurfing as a sport with a low carbon footprint and healthy activity available to the local community. We are in talks with the relevant authorities and hope a resolution is on the horizon in the not to distant future.