Civil Aviation Authority strategic priorities
CAA launches consultations on proposals to allow initial paid flight training on Permit to Fly aeroplanes and amateur-built microlights
Consultation open until 17 February 2020
Making the most out of your new drone – official advice on how to fly safely and have fun this Christmas Season
Many lucky people will have unwrapped a drone this Christmas, but with
new registration laws and ever-increasing attention being paid to drones, they
may be apprehensive about flying their new machine.
Thomas Cook ATOL claims update
Latest figures on Thomas Cook ATOL claims published.
Update on ATOL claims for Thomas Cook customers
Latest figures on refunds published
Setting the path to drone deliveries and remote inspections: Making beyond visual line of sight drone operations commonplace
We have published our first guide aimed at supporting the industry to make unmanned aircraft (drone) flights beyond the visual line of sight of the operator (BVLOS) an everyday occurrence.
UK Civil Aviation Authority update on Thomas Cook refunds programme
Over 200,000 claims now received
Drone flyers must register by this weekend or risk £1,000 fine warns Civil Aviation Authority
drone registration legislation set to come into effect on 30th
November, the Civil Aviation Authority is issuing a final call for drone users
to get registered – or risk a £1,000 fine.
UK Civil Aviation Authority Statement On Reference Period 3 Referral
CAA launches platform to help owners find lost drones