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.
|CAA outlines future plans for its Medical Dept||26 Feb|
|Gyros set for new airworthiness rules||16 Feb|
|CAA changes 90 day recency requirement for private pilots||13 Feb|
|Rescue and Fire Fighting Services (RFFS) Survey||11 Feb|
|Independent enquiry interim report published||10 Feb|
|CAA responds to Red Tape Challenge by changing aircraft instrument requirements||10 Feb|
|Update on introduction of Standardised European Rules of the Air||5 Feb|
|CAA: “Facing up to aviation’s environmental challenges is the key to building new runway”||3 Feb|
|CAA approves controlled airspace for Southend||30 Jan|
|CAA reports on progress to improve safety of offshore helicopter operations||28 Jan|
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