UK Civil Aviation Authority statement: Gatwick Disruption - 20 December 2018
Gatwick Disruption - 20 December 2018
With the peak holiday booking season upon us, more than half of UK holidaymakers don’t always check for financial protection
The Civil Aviation Authority reminds those looking to book a holiday over the festive period to look beyond the price and always ensure a holiday package has ATOL protection.
New Airspace Modernisation Strategy launched to overhaul UK airspace
Plans for the use of UK airspace up to 2040
A third of clumsy brits admit to breaking their Christmas gadgets within hours of opening them
It’s the most wonderful time of the year, but a large proportion of the UK population might not be quite so jolly this Christmas. That’s according to new research from the UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), which found that 34 per cent of people are likely to break a new gadget on Christmas Day – and within mere hours of opening it!
CAA urges Christmas crack down on violent and drunken airline passengers
Over seven incidents a week of disruptive behaviour during 2018
CAA sets deadline for airlines to be clearer on replacement flight rights for passengers whose flights have been cancelled
New advice issued to airlines on re-routing
UK Civil Aviation Authority begins enforcement action against Ryanair
The UK Civil Aviation Authority has today started enforcement action against Ryanair, following the airline's decision that financial compensation is not payable under European Commission Regulation 261/2004 for flight disruption resulting from industrial action by the airline's staff this summer.
CAA supports United Nations International Day of Persons with Disabilities
Guidance to airports and airlines has improved disabled passengers' access to air travel
Police and CAA welcome successful drone prosecution after police helicopter incident
Man fined for dangerous drone flying
UK private pilots have their say on electronic conspicuity
Results will help shape future policy