CAA steps in to support thousands of holidaymakers, after All Leisure Holidays Ltd stops trading
The UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has stepped in to support thousands of ATOL protected holidaymakers who were booked to travel with All Leisure Holidays Ltd (ATOL 3897) after the company stopped trading.
Did Santa fill your stocking with a new drone?
Currys PC World drone sales up 60% this year.
Over three million people in the UK were considering buying a drone for Christmas: CAA research
The CAA asks new owners to use their drones safely and responsibly by following the Dronecode
New video from Air Traffic Control providers NATS promotes 'pilot-like' behaviour
CAA research shows passengers enjoy air travel, but the aviation industry must improve complaint handling
New CAA research shows the majority of consumers (89%) are satisfied with air travel.
Over a million people a day will use this Christmas break to book their next escape
New ATOL research has revealed that between Boxing Day and New Year’s Eve over one million people each day will book their next holiday.
UK airports urged to review commercial agreements to ensure fair deal for consumers travelling to the airport by road
This follows a review that focused on parking and other road-based transport options for passengers travelling to UK airports
CAA competition investigation: East Midlands International Airport and Prestige Parking Limited admit to price fixing
An investigation found that EMIA and Prestige agreed that Prestige should not sell its car parking services at the airport below a minimum price, which was linked to the price of EMIA's own car parking services
New CAA guidelines: Making air travel more accessible for passengers with hidden disabilities
New guidance on how airports should support people with hidden disabilities including dementia, autism, mental health problems and sensory impairment
Night and IFR approval for Permit to Fly aircraft following CAA-LAA agreement
Aircraft operating under a Permit to Fly airworthiness approval, and overseen by the Light Aircraft Association (LAA), can now be authorised to fly at night or under Instrument Flight Rules (IFR).
CAA statement on sky's the limit campaign
Making the UK's airspace more efficient will decrease journey times for passengers and bring environmental benefits
Drone safety targeted by new initiative
New DroneSafe.uk website launched in partnership with UK air traffic control body NATS