Civil Aviation Authority (CAA)

CAA launches vertiport consultation

The UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has launched a consultation on proposals for existing aerodromes that wish to accommodate VTOL aircraft

CAA appoints director of people and culture

Lucy Robbins has been appointed director of people and culture by the UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA)

CAA prosecutes training instructor

An aviation security training instructor has pleaded guilty to four counts of forgery at Lewes Crown Court following an investigation led by the UK CAA

EMA wins security training plaudits

The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has ranked East Midlands Airport (EMA) outstanding for the training it provides for security staff

CAA needs to improve, review finds

An independent review of the UK’s Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) sets out how the "highly effective regulator" can continue to improve

UK drone operators issue call to government

A group of leading drone operators has called on the UK Government to change the way uncrewed aviation is regulated

Public called on in CAA review

The UK Government has launched a Call for Evidence as part of its review of the CAA, the country’s independent aviation regulator

CAA tells LHR to cut passenger charges

The war of words between the UK’s air regulator and Heathrow's operator has intensified, with the CAA telling the airport to cut passenger charges

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

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