UK Civil Aviation Authority launches consultation on proposed modifications to the licence of Gatwick Airport Limited
Consultation published today
UK to revert to previous rules for Visibility and Distance from Cloud Minima for flying in visual meteorological conditions
From 20 May 2021, the
UK will revert to the rules on flight visibility and distance from cloud in class
D airspace that existed up to 26 March 2020.
UK Civil Aviation Authority clears Boeing 737 MAX for return to service
Decision follows similar approval by other regulators
Pilot fined for flying in and out of military aerodrome without permission
Guilty plea for two offences of
flying within RAF Valley’s Aerodrome Traffic Zone
CAA has final sleigh on allowing Santa Claus drone deliveries this Christmas
The CAA has issued Father Christmas special permissions to use drones to deliver presents down the chimney should he deem it too unsafe to do it himself.
UK Civil Aviation Authority response to Ryanair press release
A response from the UK Civil Aviation Authority to a press release from Ryanair.
CAA Singapore and UK Civil Aviation Authority strengthen aviation cooperation
Both agencies commit to expand cooperation to tackle emerging complex issues impacting aviation
The CAA’s General Aviation Unit finishes 2020 with a focus on life after EU Exit
The Civil Aviation Authority's GA Unit has continued to work to follow its remit of regulating only when necessary and deliver on our top-level principles for better GA regulation.
Correspondence: Strategic Priorities for the UK Civil Aviation Authority
The UK Civil Aviation Authority has today published correspondence between the UK Secretary of State for Transport, The Rt Hon Grant Shapps MP and the Chair of the Civil Aviation Authority, Sir Stephen Hillier regarding strategic priorities for the Civil Aviation Authority.
UK Civil Aviation Authority reports on accessibility progress at UK airports
To mark International Disability Day, the UK Civil Aviation Authority has highlighted the progress that airports have made since the introduction of the regulator's airport accessibility framework five years ago.