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.
|Air traffic control failure enquiry||21 May|
|CAA announces plans for certification of offshore helidecks||11 May|
|Flight punctuality at UK airports drops in 2014||6 May|
|CAA publishes 60 day update on general aviation work||1 May|
|New safety proposals for helicopter operations to unattended offshore installations announced||29 Apr|
|Bristol to get ‘listening out’ squawk||21 Apr|
|Retailers reminded of dangerous goods rules following conviction||17 Apr|
|Passengers at UK airports increase for the fourth year in a row||17 Apr|
|CAA confirms plans for creation of “aviation ombudsman”||15 Apr|
|CAA announces more positive news for GA at Duxford event||10 Apr|
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The rules and regulations relating to the aviation industry
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