Tackling crime and improving safety

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

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More flights and fuller aircraft as UK air traffic continues to grow

Martin Ross from our Strategy and Policy Department looks at the latest data

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Sharing the cost of recreational flying

The CAA's Head of the General Aviation Unit Tony Rapson explains how new rules allow costs for private flights to be shared

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Planning your next holiday abroad?

Holiday planning tips from Andy Cohen, Head of ATOL

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‘Share the Air’ gets off to a flying start

November saw the launch of pioneering drone education days, headed up by Jonathan Nicholson, Assistant Director of Communications at the CAA.

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Access to air travel

Richard Moriarty, Director for the Consumers and Markets Group at the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), tells us about today’s report on airport accessibility for disabled passengers.

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International women in engineering day

CAA staff share their love of engineering and career experiences

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Have your say on airspace change

Tim Johnson, Policy Director at the Civil Aviation Authority, tells us about the new process for evaluating changes to the design of our airspace and why he needs to hear from you.

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First gyroplane night ratings issued in the UK

CAA examiner Richard Craske describes developments in oversight of gyroplanes in the UK

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Passengers with hidden disabilities

Consumer Enforcement Manager James Fremantle explains how we are working with airports

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