We have identified a number of general guiding principles to shape this strategy. These have helped us to identify our priorities for the next five years and to determine how we intend to deliver our strategy. We have combined these with the CAA’s Risk Principles, which help us determine how the CAA approaches risks to the consumer and the public.
These principles are set out below.
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