CAA steps in to protect holidaymakers after Turkey-specialist travel company collapses
Around 1,200 holidaymakers are being assisted by the ATOL protection scheme, following the collapse of a West-Midlands based travel company.
Air Travel Trust assists more than 4,700 ATOL protected holidaymakers in 2015/16
The Air Travel Trust has helped refund and repatriate more than 4,700 ATOL protected holidaymakers in the last financial year.
Statement on EU referendum vote
There will be no immediate change to civil aviation regulation nor the CAA's role in the EU and the European Aviation Safety Agency
Offshore helicopter restrictions updated
Following a report by the Norwegian accident investigators on 1 June, restrictions have been extended to prohibit all flying by EC225LP and AS332L2 helicopters until further information is available.
Licences to be provisionally suspended for infringing pilots
Pilots who infringe controlled airspace could have their licences provisionally suspended while the incident is assessed
Offshore helicopter restrictions extended
Update following the Norwegian Super Puma helicopter accident
Changes to private pilot medical requirements announced
Following a public consultation, 96% of those responding agreed with our proposals, which will lead to both cost and time savings for pilots and, in most cases, remove the need for GP or AME involvement.
CAA statement on Norwegian helicopter accident and operating restrictions
Full details of the restrictions in place are available in our new safety directive
Ofgem and the CAA to work together on enforcement
Ofgem and the CAA have today announced that they will share the Enforcement Decision Panel (EDP) set up by Ofgem in 2014, with the CAA having access to the panel for its competition-related regulatory activity.
Statement on Heathrow drone incident
Anyone operating a drone must do so responsibly and observe all relevant rules and regulations