A third of clumsy brits admit to breaking their Christmas gadgets within hours of opening them
It’s the most wonderful time of the year, but a large proportion of the UK population might not be quite so jolly this Christmas. That’s according to new research from the UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), which found that 34 per cent of people are likely to break a new gadget on Christmas Day – and within mere hours of opening it!
Police and CAA welcome successful drone prosecution after police helicopter incident
Man fined for dangerous drone flying
Only use approved commercial drone users or you could be out of pocket – warns CAA
If you are paying someone to fly a drone you must check
that they have the necessary safety approval or you could be paying for an
unsafe operator that probably won’t have any insurance if things go wrong, the
UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) warned today.
Pilot fined for flying into area restricted for air displays
Pilot pleads guilty to airspace infringement
Aviation volcanic ash breakthrough wins safety award
Ground-breaking work undertaken in the UK to safely
reduce the disruption volcanic ash can cause to aviation has won the UK Civil
Aviation Authority’s (CAA) new flight safety award.
Civil Aviation Authority response to Laser Misuse Bill
Statement from Chief Executive Andrew Haines on the Government Laser Misuse (Vehicles) Bill
South Coast and South West drone users invited to ‘Share the air’ event at Compton Abbas airfield
Aviation Authority (CAA) running event with Compton Abbas airfield as part of
campaign around safe sharing of the skies between drone users and the General Aviation
ADS-B can help reduce airspace infringements and mid-air collisions, says CAA
The CAA confirms ADS-B in/out using 1090 MHz is its preferred national system to improve electronic conspicuity
CAA statement on Government drone consultation response
Drones can bring many benefits but to achieve those we need everyone flying a drone now to do so safely.
Restrictions on H225LP and AS332L2 Super Puma helicopters to be lifted
UK and Norwegian regulators announce their intention for removal of restrictions that prevent operators using the helicopters
The move follows extensive investigation, testing and changes to the helicopter and its maintenance
Flights will not resume immediately
Helicopter had already b