Restrictions on H225LP and AS332L2 Super Puma helicopters to be lifted
UK and Norwegian regulators announce their intention for removal of restrictions that prevent operators using the helicopters
The move follows extensive investigation, testing and changes to the helicopter and its maintenance
Flights will not resume immediately
Helicopter had already b
Amazon and the UK Civil Aviation Authority Announce Winner of 'Design a Drone' Competition
Finalist from Northern Ireland is named UK winner. The contest garnered over 1,700 entries, raising awareness of how to fly drones safely and the potential benefits of the technology.
Air Travel Trust assists more than 16,500 ATOL protected holidaymakers in 2016/17
The Air Travel Trust has helped refund and repatriate more than 16,500 ATOL protected holidaymakers in the last financial year, at a cost of £14.7m.
New Skyway Code launched to give GA pilots a one stop shop for safety rules and advice
A new, must-have guide to private flying rules, regulations and best practice
CAA statement on the disruption affecting British Airways flights
Passengers affected by the delays are protected under EU law
Amazon and the UK Civil Aviation Authority invite schoolchildren across the UK to 'Design a Drone'
Contest aims to raise awareness of how to fly drones safely and the potential benefits of the technology
CAA receives 2,000 applications for 8.33 kHz radio funding
Second phase applications are now open
UK families need a holiday ‘buffer budget’ of £536.80 to cover unexpected costs
New research from ATOL, the holiday protection scheme, has found British families are willing to spend 13% more on their holiday this year compared to last year, with a family of four now set to spend an average of £3,133¹ on their annual break.
New Guidance on Third Country Licences
FAA licence holders based in the UK need to self-declare that they comply with European requirements
Other third country licence holders are required to validate their licence and begin conversion process to an EASA licence
Pilots overseas who are yet to comply with these requirements can fly
CAA announces decision on Gatwick Airport's Route 4 departure review
The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has today published the conclusions of its review of the Route 4 departure from Gatwick Airport.
In 2013 Gatwick Airport sought the CAA's approval to implement changes to all nine of its departure routes. These changes were approved in August 2013, following consul