Decisions

Decisions on Air Transport Licences, Route Licences and Scarce Capacity Allocation Applications

Decisions on Air Transport Licences, Route Licences and Scarce Capacity Allocation Applications

Below are the most recent decisions on Air Transport Licences, Route Licences and Scarce Capacity Allocation Applications following public hearings and written decisions without a hearing.

Decision SCAC1/12

British Airways Plc, easyJet Airline Company Ltd and Virgin Atlantic Airways Ltd - The allocation of Scarce Capacity between London and Moscow (Russia)

Decision SCAC1/10

British Airways Plc, British Midland Airways Ltd and easyJet Airline Company Ltd - The allocation of Scarce Capacity between London and Cairo/Alexandria (Egypt).

Decision SCAC1/09

British Airways Plc and British Midland Airways Ltd  -  The allocation of Scarce Capacity between London and Kiev (Ukraine).

Decision 1/04

British Airways Plc, British Midland Airways Ltd and Virgin Atlantic Airways Ltd  -  services between the United Kingdom and India.

This decision was subject to an appeal to The Secretary of State. The CAA’s decision was upheld.

Decision WH1/01

British Airways plc and Airfreight Express Ltd for the London/Stansted - Atlanta route, Manchester - Atlanta route and New York - London/Stansted route

Decision 4/99

British Airways plc and Virgin Atlantic Airways Ltd between the United Kingdom and South Africa

This decision was subject to an appeal to The Secretary of State. The CAA’s decision was overturned.

Decision 3/99

British Airways plc and Virgin Atlantic Airways Ltd for London – Shanghai route

Decision 2/99

Go Fly Limited and easyJet Airline Company Ltd for the London/Stansted – Geneva and Zurich routes.

This decision was subject to an appeal to The Secretary of State. The CAA’s decision was upheld.

Decision 1/99

British Airways plc and Virgin Atlantic Airways Ltd between the United Kingdom and South Africa

Decision 5/98

British Airways plc and Virgin Atlantic Airways Ltd for the London – Shanghai route

This decision was subject to an appeal to The Secretary of State. The CAA’s decision was upheld.

Decision 4/98

British Midland Airways Ltd and Virgin Atlantic Airways Ltd for the London – Moscow route

This decision was subject to an appeal to The Secretary of State. The CAA’s decision was upheld.

Decision 3/98

British Airways plc and Virgin Atlantic Airways Ltd between the United Kingdom and South Africa

This decision was subject to an appeal to The Secretary of State. The CAA’s decision was upheld.

Decision 2/98

British Midland Airways Ltd and Virgin Atlantic Airways Ltd for the London – Moscow route

This decision was subject to an appeal to The Secretary of State. The CAA was directed to re-hear the case. The CAA’s subsequent decision is Decision 4/98.

Decision 1/98

British Airways plc and British Midland Airways Ltd for the London – Warsaw route