World ATM Congress….or should that be World UTM Congress?

By Emma Simpson

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World Economic Forum Summit highlights opportunities for an innovative future

By David Tate

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Transport of the future... already here?

As we gear up to the official launch of our new innovation team we've been scoping out the issue.  Angela Lynch attended the MOVE 2019 Transport Conference in February.

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Bringing ADS-B surveillance trials to airfields

Steve Cooper from City Airport (Barton) explains the airfield's electronic conspicuity trial

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Setting up our new innovation team and helping the UK be at the forefront of urban air mobility

The CAA is preparing to launch a new ‘ Innovation in Aviation ’ capability in April 2019, offering innovators the chance to discuss, explore, trial and test emerging concepts and technologies in aviation, where there are no current precedents or clear frameworks.

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Magistrates back CAA call for GA pilots to use GPS navigation after court case

No one wants to infringe airspace and anything that can help a pilot with navigation has to be supported: a view endorsed by a magistrate in a recent court case.

 

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Why aviation helps give the UN’s International Day of Persons with Disabilities a true global dimension

By James Fremantle

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Stonehenge prosecution sends message to paramotor pilots

A blog by Alison Slater

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Girls in aviation day

CAA staff share their experiences of working in aviation

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Tackling crime and improving safety

Tony McKeown from our Investigations and Enforcement Team explains the importance of aircraft inspections

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