From air taxis to artificial intelligence in air traffic control – UK Civil Aviation Authority announces first six participants for new innovation work
The UK CAA has launched a new virtual space in which new technology can be safely tested – the ‘Innovation Sandbox’. It offers innovative companies the chance to discuss, explore, trial and test emerging concepts, helping the UK’s aviation sector to continue to be at the forefront of technology.
Football fans risk losing thousands of pounds booking illegal package holidays
UK Civil Aviation Authority launches campaign to warn football fans of the dangers of booking trips without financial protection
BMAA get approval to issue Permits
British Microlight Aircraft Association (BMAA) has been given approval to issue
Initial Permit to Fly certificates by the UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA). It
follows a period of high-level collaboration after the BMAA requested an
extension of their approval capabilities.
Drone registration charge consultation launched
Charge proposal for the Government mandated UK Drone Registration Scheme
Advice to UK consumers impacted by Jet Airways suspending operations
The Indian scheduled carrier Jet Airways, which provides services from London to Delhi and Mumbai has suspended operations
Class D airspace consultation – VMC changes on the way
Current SERA exemption due to expire in September 2019
Summer 2019 English Channel airspace restrictions
This summer (2 May to 30 August 2019) a number of airspace restrictions and a temporary danger area will be put in place over the English Channel to accommodate a large Remotely Piloted Aircraft (RPA) conducting atmospheric research.
The Skeldar V-200 RPA will be operated on behalf of the European M
Listening Squawks update for GA flying season
Frequency monitoring codes continue to help reduce infringements of controlled airspace
UK Civil Aviation Authority warns Hajj travellers about unlawful travel agents
Advice for passengers planning pilgrimage trip
ATOL RENEWALS STATEMENT
Details of travel companies renewing their licences published