Civil Aviation Authority response to Laser Misuse Bill
Statement from Chief Executive Andrew Haines on the Government Laser Misuse (Vehicles) Bill
South Coast and South West drone users invited to ‘Share the air’ event at Compton Abbas airfield
Aviation Authority (CAA) running event with Compton Abbas airfield as part of
campaign around safe sharing of the skies between drone users and the General Aviation
ADS-B can help reduce airspace infringements and mid-air collisions, says CAA
The CAA confirms ADS-B in/out using 1090 MHz is its preferred national system to improve electronic conspicuity
CAA statement on Government drone consultation response
Drones can bring many benefits but to achieve those we need everyone flying a drone now to do so safely.
Restrictions on H225LP and AS332L2 Super Puma helicopters to be lifted
UK and Norwegian regulators announce their intention for removal of restrictions that prevent operators using the helicopters
The move follows extensive investigation, testing and changes to the helicopter and its maintenance
Flights will not resume immediately
Helicopter had already b
Pilot fined for breaching restricted Glastonbury airspace
A pilot has been prosecuted for flying his helicopter into and out of the 2016 Glastonbury Festival without permission.
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 statement on Super Puma EC225LP and AS332L2 Airworthiness Directive
The UK CAA's existing restriction, prohibiting all commercial flying of Airbus
Helicopters’ Super Puma EC225LP and AS332L2, remains in place.
Amazon UK Services Ltd ordered to pay £65,000 for breaching dangerous goods regulations
Online retailer Amazon UK Services Ltd has been fined £65,000 for breaching dangerous goods regulations.
Amazon guilty of breaching dangerous goods rules
Online retailer Amazon UK Services Ltd has been found guilty of breaching dangerous goods rules, following a prosecution by the UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA).