CAA seeks assurances from Ryanair to ensure passengers’ rights are protected
Listen up: CAA announce changes to airspace squawks
These frequency monitoring codes have played a vital role in reducing infringements of controlled airspace over the last ten years.
Skyway Code updated and now available to buy in hard copy
The CAA’s guide to private flying rules, regulations and best practice has been updated.
GA community asked to help drone users to share the sky safely
CAA campaign to help GA airfields, flying clubs and flying schools run events for their local drone users.
CAA and Border Force carry out GA airfield checks
Pilots, passengers and aircraft arriving at five UK airfields were recently subject to on-the-spot checks in a multi-agency initiative led by the CAA and the Border Force.
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
UK aviation encouraging more people with a disability to fly but four airports told they must improve
Numbers of UK passengers with a disability travelling by air grows by more than two thirds since 2010 #AccessToAir
CAA investigation concludes NATS must improve operational resilience
Complaints about NATS (En Route) Plc (NERL) leads to first formal CAA investigation under the Transport Act 2000
CAA and GASCo launch airspace infringement course
Pilots who infringe airspace in the UK may now be asked to attend a safety awareness course, it was announced today. The UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) and the General Aviation Safety Council (GASCo) have jointly developed a unique training package targeting infringing pilots.
The CAA will recomm
Microlight pilot prosecuted for flying through class D airspace
A microlight pilot who flew illegally through Manchester Airport's controlled airspace, causing significant delays to passenger aircraft, has been successfully prosecuted by the Civil Aviation Authority.