Tag: CAA

Back Heathrow expresses concern about local economy after CAA Ruling

Back Heathrow, the campaign group that represents over 100,000 residents that live close to the airport, has expressed concerns about today’s CAA decision on how much Heathrow can charge airlines. The charge was set at £31.57 per passenger for 2023, which is paid by airlines to the airport. It...

Heathrow comment on CAA’s H7 Final Proposal

This morning the CAA has released its Final Proposals for the H7 price control period which runs from January 2022 - December 2026. The CAA is now undertaking a consultation on the proposal to which Heathrow will respond. The CAA will consider the feedback it receives during this consultation befo...

ABM recognised as an accredited aviation security training provider by the Civil Aviation Authority

ABM, one of the UK’s leading providers of aviation services, is celebrating after being given approval by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) for its security and cabin cleaning Quality Assurance Training Syllabus. ABM wanted to bring its existing training in line with the CAA and be recognised ...

CAAi and FlyZero announce partnership on zero-carbon emission flight

CAA International (CAAi), the technical cooperation arm of the UK Civil Aviation Authority (UK CAA), and the Aerospace Technology Institute’s (ATI) FlyZero Project have announced a partnership to help shape the future of zero-carbon emission commercial air travel. Led by the ATI and backed by t...

UK issues 630 fines to airlines over passenger Covid-19 documents

The UK’s Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has issued 630 fines to airlines for carrying passengers without the right Covid-19 documents since February. Any passenger wishing to enter the UK currently must provide proof of a negative Covid-19 test taken no more than three days before departure and...

UK Civil Aviation Authority settles 95% of all Thomas Cook claims

UK Civil Aviation Authority settles 95% of all Thomas Cook claims

The UK Civil Aviation Authority has now settled more than 95% of all the claims it has received to date. This equates to 320,000 claims settled at a value of over £310 million in ATOL payments. This is the largest amount ever paid out by the scheme since its creation in the 1970s. "In addition ...

Drone flyers must register by this weekend or risk £1,000 fine warns CAA

Drone flyers must register by this weekend or risk £1,000 fine warns CAA

With 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 Although over 40,000 have already complied tens of thousands of drone users are still to register. The ...

Fraudsters target refund website for Thomas Cook passengers after travel giant collapsed

Fraudsters target refund website for Thomas Cook passengers after travel giant collapsed

Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) press office has issued a statement regarding fraudsters that are suspected of targeting a website created to refund Thomas Cook customers “This morning we have taken urgent action in response to what we believe is attempted fraudulent activity in relation to ref...

CAA announces appointment of new Safety and Airspace Regulation Director

CAA announces appointment of new Safety and Airspace Regulation Director

The UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has confirmed the appointment of Rob Bishton as its new Group Director of Safety and Airspace Regulation. This follows a global recruitment process, including both internal and external candidates. Rob has been at the CAA since 2014, where he is currently He...

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