UK CAA

Flybe’s operating license revoked, averting slot transfer to new owner

The UK government revoked Flybe’s operating license, preventing the airline’s owners from a possible slot sale by new owners....


UK CAA rejects Heathrow’s request for £2.6bn – allows just £300M

The UK CAA agreed to enhance the regulatory asset base to Heathrow airport by only £300 million instead of £2.6 billion as it was requested....


UK CAA authorizes first Beyond Visual Line drone test flights

The UK Civil Aviation Authority authorized the first trials of Beyond Visual Line of Sight drone test flights to sees.ai....


Pilot licenses caught in post-Brexit limbo

Since Brexit, while some agreements have come into force to ease the transition, for pilots, the story is not the same regarding their licenses....


UK bans specific Boeing 777 following engine incidents

After an uncontained engine failure in the US, the UK banned all Boeing 777 powered by the Pratt & Whitney 4000-112 engine....


How UK CAA managed consumer perception amid different crises

Any crisis is a time of unprecedented challenges and difficult decision making. However, it is not the first rodeo for our industry. According to the UK Civil Aviation Authority (UK CAA) communications director Richard Stephenson, other crises previously faced and averted have much to teach us about communicating with consumers....