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.
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
CAA sets out expectations to Heathrow Airport for delivering a new runway
Following the Government’s announcement of Heathrow as its preferred location for a new runway, the CAA has today written to John Holland-Kaye, the airport’s chief executive, setting out its expectations for the efficient delivery of this new infrastructure.
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).
Statement on EU referendum vote
There will be no immediate change to civil aviation regulation nor the CAA's role in the EU and the European Aviation Safety Agency
CAA launches new website and industry alerting system
Two significant improvements to the way the UK Civil Aviation Authority provides information to the public and its wide and diverse range of stakeholders have been made today with the launch of a new website and industry alerting system.
CAA appoints Chris Tingle as chief operating officer
The newly created role will lead the CAA's finance, corporate and other services including overseeing process-based functions such as pilot licensing.
CAA appoints Richard Moriarty as new Consumers and Markets Director and Deputy Chief Executive
The UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) is pleased to confirm the appointment of Richard Moriarty as its new Consumers and Markets Director and Deputy Chief Executive.
CAA statement on the Airports Commission's final report
The CAA welcomes the Airports Commission's recommendations, which represent an important step in increasing the UK's aviation capacity.