The Civil Aviation Authority is the UK's specialist aviation regulator. Through its skills and expertise it is recognised as a world leader in its field.
|Be PROUD and keep learning, CAA tell GA pilots||31 Jul|
|New consultation on small experimental aircraft launched||27 Jul|
|Record passenger numbers highlights strong demand for air travel||24 Jul|
|Drones users must observe rules of the sky, or face prosecution||23 Jul|
|ATIPAC annual report: independent committee voices concerns over new Package Travel Directive||14 Jul|
|ATIPAC annual report: independent financial protection committee voices concerns over new Package Tr||14 Jul|
|CAA published 60 day update on GA work||1 Jul|
|Aviation House Gatwick office reopens||30 Jun|
|Infringement hotspots face big reduction targets||23 Jun|
|CAA research: Disabled passengers still have air travel concerns despite good special assistance||18 Jun|
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The rules and regulations relating to the aviation industry
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