The main purpose of the CAA’s enforcement role is to protect consumers and the public by encouraging compliance with rules applicable to civil aviation and to deter non-compliance.
As outlined in our Regulatory Enforcement Policy, some enforcement actions will be published, primarily to provide a transparent mechanism by which consumers and the public can be informed about the actions we have taken, and to provide a wider deterrent for non-compliance. The general principles for the types of actions we will publish are contained within the Appendix to the Policy.
The Civil Aviation Authority is tasked by the Department for Transport to investigate and prosecute breaches of aviation safety rules and some aviation related consumer protection and health and safety requirements.
It is in the public interest that those who comply with aviation rules have confidence that those rules are enforced.
Prosecution is one means by which the CAA ensures that the aviation rules for which it is responsible are properly observed and appropriately enforced.
The CAA prosecutes both companies and individuals for breaches of the legislation it is tasked with enforcing.
...app version also available for Android and iOS pic.twitter.com/dZtkIjUAwm
15 days ago
Private pilots...latest edition of our dedicated safety mag Clued Up https://t.co/acgsJqYlvS… now out. Get tips on winter flying + lots more
15 days ago
Concerned about leg room when you fly? Check out the seat pitch regulations https://t.co/cZYmvBc9qZ which all EU airlines have to follow
17 days ago
Read all @UK_CAA
CAA launches new website and industry alerting system
14 December, 2015
CAA appoints Chris Tingle as chief operating officer
3 December, 2015
CAA appoints Richard Moriarty as new Consumers and Markets Director and Deputy Chief Executive
21 July, 2015
Read all News
Read All Blogs