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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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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