13 individuals convicted for ATOL fraud
The UK Civil Aviation Authority and the Air Travel Trust have welcomed the conviction of 13 individuals over ATOL travel fraud.
Consultation on cost sharing regulations for private pilots
UK CAA launch consultation on cost sharing regulations for private pilots
Consumers urged to act as unspent refund credit notes total over £130m
The UK Civil Aviation Authority is advising holidaymakers issued with refund credit notes during the COVID-19 pandemic to redeem their credit as international travel continues to open up. Unspent ATOL protected refund credit notes currently total over £130m.
2021 quarter three flight data
The UK Civil Aviation Authority has published aviation statistics for the third quarter of 2021.
UK Civil Aviation Authority statement: Sentencing of David Henderson – Cardiff Crown Court
A statement from the UK Civil Aviation Authority following the sentencing of David Henderson.
Focus on GA Change Programme continues
We are well and truly into autumn following a busy and productive
summer period for the combined General Aviation (GA) and Remotely Piloted
Aircraft System Unit (RPAS) teams.
UK Civil Aviation Authority seeks views on airspace change process
The UK Civil Aviation Authority is seeking views from members of the public as part of a review into the process it uses to make decisions on proposals to change the design of the UK's airspace, known as CAP1616.
UK Civil Aviation Authority statement on David Henderson trial
A statement from the UK Civil Aviation Authority following the trial of David Henderson.
The UK CAA and Spanish Aviation Safety and Security Agency (AESA) sign MoU on promoting aviation safety and security globally
The UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) and the Spanish Aviation Safety and Security Agency (AESA) have today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to engage in the development and promotion of aviation safety and security standards globally.
The MoU supports both parties to work together on area
Task force on electronic conspicuity
The Department for Transport and the Civil Aviation Authority will convene a task force to work with the manufacturing industry to develop and publish electronic conspicuity (EC) specifications to enable interoperability between airspace users.