New 600kg Microlight Aeroplane classification becomes Law
UK Civil Aviation Authority is pleased to announce the long-awaited revision of
the UK Microlight Aeroplane definition.
2021 quarter two flight data
The UK Civil Aviation Authority has published aviation statistics for the second quarter of 2021.
UK Civil Aviation Authority grants Operating Licence to Aer Lingus (UK) Limited
The UK Civil Aviation Authority has granted an airline Operating Licence to Aer Lingus (UK) Limited, part of the Aer Lingus Group.
UK holidaymakers warned to check for financial protection
With more popular holiday destinations now added to the Government's green list for travel and more hot-spot locations for vaccinated travellers on the amber list, many of us will now be searching for a long-awaited trip abroad. With the new additions comes more deals and offers for holidays, and ATOL
Following a period of consolidation, the newly formed GA & RPAS Unit is up and running
the end of April, we announced the General Aviation Unit (GAU) and Remotely
Piloted Aircraft System Unit (RPAS) teams would be formally integrated into one
unit. Sophie O’Sullivan is now the permanent head of this combined unit.
Civil Aviation Authority becomes UK space regulator and launches licencing regime
The UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has become the UK's space regulator. The regulator is open for business to any UK or international company that wants to operate under a UK space licence.
New updated Safety Sense Leaflets for GA pilots
CAA launches new updated Safety Sense Leaflets for GA pilots
ATOL warns consumers to check financial protection before booking
The UK Civil Aviation Authority and ATOL are warning consumers to check that they are financially protected when booking holidays.
Fixed Penalty Notice data published for 2021 Q1
The UK Civil Aviation Authority has published data on the number of Fixed Penalty Notices (FPNs) issued to to airlines for carrying passengers who had not complied with Covid-19 requirements for international passengers travelling to the UK.
Pilot fined £175,000 for falsifying licence and acting as a pilot without an appropriate licence
A private pilot has been convicted of two charges of knowingly making false entries to his pilot's licence, and one charge of acting as a pilot without an appropriate licence on seven flights.