CAA confirms approach to economic regulation of future runway capacity
The UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has published the principles it will apply to economically regulating new runway capacity.
Consultation on General Aviation rules and regulations launched
A review of many of the national rules and regulations that affect UK General Aviation (GA) is underway through a consultation.
Norwich controlled airspace downsized after review
The size of Class D airspace is being reduced.
CAA publishes 60 day update on general aviation work (March)
How we are working to help create a vibrant and dynamic GA sector in the UK.
Periodic weight checks for microlights to be scrapped
The decision forms part of the CAA’s General Aviation Change Programme.
CAA outlines future plans for its medical department
One option could see the outsourcing of the AeroMedical Centre to a suitable private sector provider.
Gyros set for new airworthiness rules
Responses welcomed from gyroplane owners and operators.
Change to 90 day recency requirement for private pilots
Part of the CAA's ongoing work to ensure that regulation of General Aviation is more proportionate.
Changes to aircraft instrument requirements
CAA responds to the red tape challenge. The change is part of the CAA's ongoing work to ensure that regulation of General Aviation is more proportionate.
Update on introduction of Standardised European Rules of the Air
Glider flying and parachuting within Class A airspace will still be possible where there are agreements with air traffic control.