Open - Consultation in progress
The CAA currently regulates the maximum that NERL can charge users for Oceanic services by means of a condition in the NERL En Route Licence (issued under the Transport Act 2000). This document sets out the CAA's proposals for a charge cap on NERL's Oceanic services for the next control period 2015-2019.
The economic licences held by Heathrow and Gatwick airports require the airports to develop and maintain operational resilience plans. We provided high level guidance when issuing the licences and are now seeking views on additional guidance building on that original guidance.
The CAA is consulting on a number of changes to the requirements placed on ATOL holders to ensure that it is operating a proportionate and fair system.
The changes will affect all ATOL holders, and the CAA is keen to hear from as many stakeholders as possible.
The CAA is currently looking to provide clarity on its expected approach to the economic regulation of any new capacity expansion of London airports and any associated costs that may be incurred during Q6 and subsequently. A discussion paper would help the CAA in developing a policy statement towards the end of the year.
The CAA is consulting on a change to the ATOL Standard Terms in order to give consumers improved clarity on their financial protection when booking with businesses that are exempt from holding an ATOL. The changes will affect all ATOL stakeholders and restrict the way in which ATOL holders may sell flight accommodation to exempt businesses.
The document also includes details of other amendments to the Official Records Series 3 and is for information purposes only.
The CAA is consulting on the removal of current restrictions contained in CAP 168 Chapter 6 Aeronautical Ground Lighting on the use of pilot-controlled lighting at licensed aerodromes.
The CAA is committed to introducing a more appropriate level of regulation for general aviation (GA), in line with its statutory duties to ensure the safety of those who are involved with aviation activities.
To drive its new approach to GA regulation the CAA is consulting on an overall policy for the sector that will be used as the basis for its decision-making when regulating the GA community.
The CAA is consulting on its proposed guidance to airports on setting, monitoring and publishing quality standards for providing assistance to disabled persons and persons with reduced mobility (PRMs) under Regulation EC 1107/2006.