The criteria against which the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) will make that decision are set out in the following documents which were published in August 2021:
Airspace modernisation is a long and complex programme. We expect the masterplan to be flexible and sufficiently agile to accommodate the evolving context for airspace modernisation, such as any changes or additions to co-sponsor commissions to produce elements of the masterplan, or unanticipated external events.
The CAA will therefore need to update the acceptance criteria over the lifetime of the masterplan as iterations are developed.
In August last year, the CAA also published CAP 2156c Airspace change masterplan – future opportunities to express views which is a short summary of the opportunities that stakeholders have to provide input to Airspace Change Organising Group (ACOG) about the masterplan and to airspace change sponsors about the individual airspace change proposals that make up the masterplan.
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