Further advice to UK consumers impacted by Flybe entering administration
Rescue fares announced
Advice to UK consumers following Flybe entering administration
Passengers should not travel to their departure airports
Changes to General Aviation pilot medical self-declarations
The current exemption that allows General Aviation (GA) pilots to self-declare their medical fitness expires on Wednesday 8 April 2020.
CargoLogicAir Limited: Operating Licence and AOC
CargoLogicAir Limited, which operates from London Stansted Airport has had their Operating Licence and Air Operator Certificate Operating Licence suspended for a period of three months.
The UK’s regulatory approach to recreational General Aviation delivers acceptable safety performance – a new independent safety review has concluded
A new independent review commissioned and funded by the Department for Transport, to assess the current level of risk to private pilots, their passengers and third parties has concluded that the current safety performance of recreational General Aviation (GA) in the UK is acceptable.
Visual flight in Class D airspace
Changes to the UK’s exemption from SERA, covering visibility and distances from cloud in Class D airspace.
Trainee pilot failed to admit health problems in medical application
CAA bring prosecution for non disclosure of medical conditions
Proposals to increase options for training aircraft among latest achievements for the CAA’s General Aviation work
New update from the CAA's GA Unit
Market Power Determination request - Manchester Airport
Market Power Determination
Update on Thomas Cook claims
Latest figures published