Tag: UK Civil Aviation Authority

UK Civil Aviation Authority Survey reveals biggest barriers to air travel

UK Civil Aviation Authority Survey reveals biggest barriers to air travel

Concerns about Covid-19, budget constraints and fears about flight disruption are the most common barriers to travel, according to research by the UK Civil Aviation Authority. The regulator’s annual UK Aviation Consumer Survey, conducted in October 2022, found that Covid-19 concerns remains one...

Flybe to make a return this year after collapse

By Jim Scott, thenorthernecho.co.uk AN airline which served Teesside Airport and collapsed into administration last year is set to make a return after being bought out. Flybe, which operated several flights per week from the North-East, collapsed into administration with the loss of around 2,400...

New Head of Flight Operations Announced by the UK Civil Aviation Authority

The UK Civil Aviation Authority has appointed Glenn Bradley as its new Head of Flight Operations. Glenn brings a wealth of experience to the position from his various roles as a pilot and across aviation management in the past. As Head of Flight Operations, Glenn will be responsible for the overs...

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 ...

ATOL covers more than 250,000 Thomas Cook claims

ATOL covers more than 250,000 Thomas Cook claims

The ATOL financial protection scheme, which is managed by the UK Civil Aviation Authority on behalf of the Air Travel Trust, has now settled over 75 per cent of the total claims received, totalling payments of over £200 million. These payments cover more than 250,000 claims in total. Commenting...

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