UK Civil Aviation Authority statement: Ryanair Enforcement Action Update

Case relates to the airline's 2018 strike

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UK CAA announces integration of GAU and RPAS to form one combined unit

The UK Civil Aviation Authority is today announcing the General Aviation Unit (GAU) and Remotely Piloted Aircraft System Unit (RPAS) teams will be formally integrated into one unit with Sophie O’Sullivan, the current interim Head of the GAU and current Head of RPAS, named as the permanent Head of this combined unit.

 

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Economic regulation of Heathrow Airport Limited

Package of measures relating to our economic regulation of Heathrow Airport Limited

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The CAA’s GAU starts 2021 with a focus on returning to flying post COVID

The first quarter of 2021 has seen the UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) General Aviation Unit (GAU) focused on supporting the UK’s General Aviation (GA) community on a safe return to flying following the government’s easing of COVID-19 restrictions.

 

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Step forward for the drone industry as Civil Aviation Authority authorises trial of a concept for routine BVLOS operations

Permission is part of a test project to prove the concept ahead of potentially opening it up to the wider market

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UK Civil Aviation Authority confirms regulatory approval for JetBlue

Foreign Carrier Permit given to US airline

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UK Civil Aviation Authority launches EASA-to-UK pilot licence conversion process

New details of how to transfer a licence published

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ATOL SPRING 2021 RENEWALS

New ATOL data published

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UK Civil Aviation Authority launches consultation on proposed changes to CAP 553 (BCAR Section A, A3-7 and A8-26 & A8-21, A8-23 and A8-24)

The UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has today published a consultation on proposed changes to the following chapters of CAP 553 (BCAR Section A)

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ATOL extends the validity period for issuing refund credit notes to 30 April 2021

Following the continuation of disruption to the travel industry, including the lockdown restrictions and the suspension of travel corridors, the Air Travel Trust (ATT) has made the decision to provide a short-term extension to issuing ATOL protected refund credit notes (RCNs), up to 30 April 2021.

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