The Civil Aviation Authority is the UK's specialist aviation regulator. Through its skills and expertise it is recognised as a world leader in its field.
|New guidance launched to help UK airports deal with disruption||24 Nov|
|Guidance on restoring vintage aircraft issued by CAA||20 Nov|
|New approval granted for microlight company||20 Nov|
|CAA announces delay to full introduction of Standardised European Rules of the Air||18 Nov|
|‘Proof of concept’ rule change could boost UK experimental aircraft design||18 Nov|
|New training techniques to tackle human factors||4 Nov|
|CAA announces new members of ATIPAC||3 Nov|
|Overflight restrictions removed for gyroplanes||31 Oct|
|CAA confirms renewal of Monarch Travel Group ATOL licences||24 Oct|
|Lonely Planet? Almost half fly alone and few get waved off||24 Oct|
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Guidance on passenger rights and resolving travel related problems
The rules and regulations relating to the aviation industry
Requirements for Flight Crew, Engineers and Air Traffic Personnel
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