Retailers reminded of dangerous goods rules following conviction

Sulphuric acid burned two Post Office staff due to company non-compliance with regulations.

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CAA confirms plans for creation of aviation ombudsman

'Alternative dispute resolution' schemes to be implemented in the near future.

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CAA statement on Germanwings incident

Details have emerged regarding the tragic Germanwings incident.

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Norwich controlled airspace downsized after review

The size of Class D airspace is being reduced.

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CAA outlines future plans for its medical department

One option could see the outsourcing of the AeroMedical Centre to a suitable private sector provider.

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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.

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CAA: Facing up to aviation's environmental challenges is the key to building new runway

Recommendations include significantly increasing spending on noise mitigation and compensation for local communities.

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CAA approves controlled airspace for Southend

The airspace will become operational on 2 April 2015.

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Report on progress to improve safety of offshore helicopter operations

Safety improvements introduced include stopping flights over the most extreme sea conditions.

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CAA confirms permanent 'listening out squawk' for Glasgow

The squawk will become permanent on 2nd April 2015, and will become the twelfth such code in operation in the UK.

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