On Monday, 2 October, all future Monarch Airlines bookings, including flights and holidays, were cancelled following a decision by the company's board to cease trading. This was the UK's largest ever airline to enter administration.
The CAA’s flying two-week flying programme to bring those who were abroad at the time of the Monarch administration back to the UK has ended.
If you are still abroad or want more information on claims and refunds, the CAA’s dedicated website monarch.caa.co.uk is the best source of advice and information for next steps. The CAA’s 24 hour helpline (0300 303 2800 from in the UK and Ireland, and +44 1753 330330 from overseas) remains open to provide additional assistance.
The CAA supports the safe development of drones in the UK. Drones can bring many benefits but to achieve these we need everyone flying a drone to do so safely. We welcome the Government’s recent consultation response on drones, including increasing training for drone users and geo-fencing.
The CAA's 'drone code' provides advice on how to fly your drone safely and responsibly.
You must follow the rules at all times.
our full statement on the Government's consultation response.
Guidance for all types of drone flights and information about our dronecode.
Register with SkyWise for the latest drone updates.
Airspace is a critical part of the national infrastructure, and it is our role to decide whether proposed changes to the airspace design should be approved.
The factors which we must consider are set out in UK law, and include the safety and environmental implications. We are currently reforming the process we use to decide whether to approve changes to ensure that it meets modern standards for regulatory decision-making, and is fair, transparent, consistent and proportionate.
Information about the airspace change process and specific change proposals.
Register with SkyWise for updates about airspace change and airspace alerts.
Decisions relating to the Brexit negotiations are a matter for the UK Government.
The CAA believes the UK must continue to be a major player in international aviation, and retain global influence to protect UK aviation consumers. We also support the retention of the consumer rights that the EU has developed, as well as the ongoing removal of barriers to competition.
Read Chief Executive Andrew Haines' speech on Brexit and aviation.
With the Air Traffic Organisers’ Licensing Bill currently progressing through Parliament, ATOL is particularly popular.
So what is it?
ATOL provides financial protection for UK consumers when they book a holiday which includes a flight. If an ATOL licensed travel company fails, the CAA ensures that any holidaymakers abroad are not stranded and those who have booked, but not travelled, get their money back. Consumer protection is at the core of what we do.
More information about ATOL and how to stay protected.
The Government has identified the north-west runway at Heathrow as its preferred option for airport capacity expansion in the South-East of England.
The CAA has consistently stated that additional runway capacity will benefit consumers. Without this, the increasingly congested airport system would inevitably lead to less choice available to consumers, higher airfares, and less airport resilience. We are putting in place regulatory arrangements to incentivise efficient and timely delivery. Further information will be available in due course.
We currently have a vacancy for an airworthiness surveyor in our Gatwick-based General Aviation Unit, more here https://t.co/XeKZVecIWB
11 days ago
We are currently recruiting an air traffic services Inspector, based in our Stirling office https://t.co/zuzJu2G1Up
13 days ago
If you have a background in performance based regulation you may be interested in this new vacancy https://t.co/jVGHuQheBp
24 days ago
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