How late would you book?
ATOL survey reveals holiday booking habits of UK consumers
CAA steps in to support holidaymakers following ATOL failure
ATOL protected travel company Mert Selim Ltd trading as Gezinet London and Parade Travel has stopped trading with immediate effect.
All future holiday bookings with the company are now cancelled.
CAA are making arrangements to provide full refunds for all ATOL protected customers.
Sharing the cost of flying
Are UK pilots making the most of rule change?
‘Listening Squawks’ updated for new GA flying season
Pre-flight planning tool helps pilots avoid airspace infringements
CAA appoints Paul Smith as new Consumers and Markets Director
The UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) is pleased to confirm the appointment of Paul Smith as its new Consumers and Markets Director, following an extensive recruitment process.
Paul joins the CAA from the Payment Systems Regulator (PSR), where he has been the Head of Policy since January 2016. He br
CAA announce new licensing exemption
GA pilots can fly 'EASA aircraft' on National licences after 8 April 2018
Medical Declarations can be used with an EASA Licence on conversion
The UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) is introducing an exemption to allow UK General Aviation pilots to continue to fly 'EASA' light aircraft unde
Airspace change process for Glasgow Airport
CAA clarifies airspace change process transition arrangements
Private pilot fined after landing without permission
The pilot of a light aircraft was fined £3,600 after landing at Coventry Airport without permission.
CAA to introduce exemptions for General Aviation pilots and training organisations to cover delay to EASA aircrew regulation
UK CAA plans for exemptions to allow Uk GA pilots and training organisations to continue to operate during a delay EASA's amendment to the aircrew regulation.
CAA response to FT article (‘MPs warn of Brexit damage to UK aerospace’)
Response from CAA to FT article (‘MPs warn of Brexit damage to UK aerospace’)