The CAA website will be updated with any new developments and will be a source of information on the EASA rulemaking process for aerodromes. As the rulemaking process progresses, any regulatory updates will be published or communicated through the normal methods (e.g. Air Navigation Order, CAP, Information Notice, letters to industry). We also publish regular CAA EASA Information Bulletins.
Regular updates will also be provided to the Aerodrome Operators Association as developments occur.
Once the outcome of the rulemaking process confirmed and the effect on UK aerodromes is understood, it is likely that there will be industry day(s) to explain the implications of the EASA rules and the transition plan for those affected aerodromes. It will also provide an opportunity for industry to pose specific questions.