FAQ Answer

FAQ Answer

In the future will the aerodrome inspector be from the UK CAA or EASA?

Aerodromes that are subject to EASA regulations will still use the UK CAA as their main point of contact and it will remain the CAA’s responsibility to oversee aerodromes in its capacity as the National Aviation Authority (NAA). EASA will conduct audits of all the NAAs in its jurisdiction to ensure standardisation.


EASA Aerodromes