UK CAA

ICAO sees arrival of urban aerial mobility and UAV technology as ‘evolution’ rather than revolution, but UK study highlights need for unified regulation

Speaking at a high level panel discussion on the future of air transport at the Conférence de Montréal, ICAO Secretary General Dr Fang Liu emphasised

ATOL report reveals around three million Brits are happy to book a holiday on the day of departure, and thanks to Norwegian they can also now select destinations by temperature!

A new report from ATOL, the UK government-backed holiday financial protection scheme, has revealed that an amazing three million Brits a year are more than

Passenger disruption rights upheld as Emirates loses test case over missed connection payments

The UK Supreme Court last week refused Emirates Airline permission to appeal in relation to a previous ruling over passenger compensation for missed connections outside

Airline allocated seating policies come under the scrutiny of UK aviation regulator

Aviation regulators across the world will be watching closely as the United Kingdom Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) opens an investigation into the seat policies of

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