Civil Aviation Authority (CAA)
Heathrow told to reduce passenger charges by CAA
The war of words between the UK’s air regulator and the operator of Heathrow has intensified today as it told the airport it would recommend a cut to its passenger charges.
Lossmaking Heathrow warns of collapse in traffic
The chief executive of Heathrow has revealed that the airport will be unprofitable for the remainder of the year and has issued a stark warning about this winter’s flying programme
QUIZ: UK aviation history: 1972-2022!
This month the UK's Civil Aviation Authority celebrates its 50th anniversary. To mark the milestone, we've a special quiz to test your knowledge of events which shaped the organisation from the past five decades. Good luck!
CAA to create environmental sustainability panel
The UK Civil Aviation Authority is to establish an environmental sustainability panel and has begun an open application process for potential members
LHR reports Omicron-hit December
COVID-19 continues to pose significant challenges for the travel industry, with Heathrow welcoming only 19.4 million passengers in 2021, below even 2020 levels
Luton welcomes CAA airspace decision
The UK’s Civil Aviation Authority has approved the airspace change known as London Luton Airport Arrivals following a public consultation
Embry-Riddle and CAAi announce aviation security training partnership
The partnership between CAAi and Embry -Riddle will initially focus on developing and delivering aviation security and cyber security training in South America.
UK pilots urge government to end post-Brexit “license inequality”
The open letter calls for immediate action amid “real-life impacts” on pilots who are struggling to find work
Luton Airport receives CAA Covid safety certification
The hub has announced that its current measures, including face masks and stringent cleaning routines, will stay in place despite the easing of restrictions
Last summer worst since 1975 for UK airports, CAA data reveals
A total of 14.2 million passengers passed through UK facilities from July to September, the lowest recorded since the mid-1970s