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Below are the most recent decisions on Air Transport Licences, Route Licences and Scarce Capacity Allocation
Applications following public hearings and written decisions without a hearing.
Operating and Route Licences of Flybe Limited – Decision to Revoke by CAA: The licence holder has a right to appeal and this decision does not take effect until the period for commencing an appeal has expired (23 March 2021). In the event of an appeal, whether the Licences are revoked or not will be determined by the outcome of that appeal process.
Flybe Limited’s Administrators gave the CAA the following undertakings in July 2020 which remain in place:
“Until the CAA has confirmed in writing that the undertakings are released, Flybe [Limited] will not:
(i) take bookings or sell tickets for flights;(ii) request or accept payments of any kind from consumers in respect of balances for existing flight bookings unless those flights have been completed; and(iii) undertake any aircraft operation which requires a valid Operating Licence”.
9 March 2021
Operating and Route Licences of Flybe Limited: CAA decision 1/2020 has been withdrawn.
The Operating and Route Licences of Flybe Limited: CAA decision 1/2020 has been withdrawn due to the amendment to EU Regulation 1008/2008 dated 28 May 2020 which retrospectively amends that Regulation.
9 July 2020
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Economic regulation of Heathrow Airport Limited
27 April, 2021
UK Civil Aviation Authority confirms regulatory approval for JetBlue
19 April, 2021
Major safety boost for offshore helicopters moves closer
25 March, 2021
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13 May, 2021
International Civil Aviation Day
7 December, 2020
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