Newly-formed Heathrow Consumer Challenge Board appoints first members
The Consumer Challenge Board (CCB), a new independent body established
and scrutinise Heathrow Airport Limited (HAL) to ensure its business plans reflect
the interests of consumers, has appointed its first board members.
Travel company fairlures provides timely reminder to check for protection
UK holidaymakers are reminded to check their air holiday is ATOL protected, following the recent failure of two tour operators.
CAA statement regarding the AAIB’s final report on the Shoreham Air Show accident
The thoughts of those at the CAA remain with the families and friends of everyone affected by this terrible tragedy at this difficult time
Winner announced of ‘400ft Britain’ – stunning shot of Point of Ayr in North Wales
Taken by James Farley, it captures the skill of drone photography while showcasing the best of the British Landscape
Five major airlines face enforcement action for denying passengers compensation for delayed flights
The UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has today launched enforcement action against five major airlines for denying passengers the compensation they are legally entitled to for delayed flights.
8.33 kHz radio funding applications now being received
The funding is designed to help GA pilots and private aircraft owners switch to 8.33 kHz radios by 1 January 2018
Jeff Halliwell appointed chair of new body to scrutinise Heathrow’s consumer engagement
The UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), Heathrow Airport Ltd, and the Heathrow airline community are pleased to confirm the appointment of Jeff Halliwell as the chair of the Consumer Challenge Board (CCB), a new independent body that will challenge and scrutinise Heathrow Airport Limited (HAL) to ensure its business plans reflect the interests of consumers.
Pilot fined for breaching restricted Glastonbury airspace
A pilot has been prosecuted for flying his helicopter into and out of the 2016 Glastonbury Festival without permission.
CAA consultation on the priorities and timetable for economic regulation of the new runway and capacity expansion at Heathrow airport
The CAA has been consistently clear that the UK needs more airport capacity to prevent consumers facing less choice, higher fares and more disruption.
The Government has confirmed Heathrow as its preferred option for increasing airport capacity and the CAA will be responsible for setting the economic regulation framework for the financing and delivery of the third runway project. Today we have set out our priorities for developing the regulatory framework for the project.
CAA steps in to support thousands of holidaymakers, after All Leisure Holidays Ltd stops trading
The UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has stepped in to support thousands of ATOL protected holidaymakers who were booked to travel with All Leisure Holidays Ltd (ATOL 3897) after the company stopped trading.