Andrew Haines - Articles and news items
Airport news • 4 February 2015 • The UK Civil Aviation Authority
The UK Civil Aviation Authority has called on the aviation industry and decision-makers to be much more ambitious in confronting aviation’s environmental challenges – including improving compensation for communities - or else face the prospect that essential additional runway capacity may never be built...
Airport news • 8 May 2013 • CAA
The UK CAA announced that Mike Barnard has been appointed as GA Programme Manager.
Airport news • 11 December 2012 • CAA
Proposals to enhance the UK's airspace system...
Airport news • 10 July 2012 • CAA
The UK CAA has launched a four-year programme to help improve aviation’s environmental performance...
Without an Aviation Policy that enables capacity growth UK air passengers will suffer, CAA warns Government
Airport news • 10 January 2012 • CAA
“Additional capacity would offer significant benefits for consumers..."
Airport news • 26 October 2011 • Civil Aviation Authority (CAA)
The Government should provide stability to the aviation industry to allow it to develop sustainably...
Issue 4 2010 • 10 August 2010 • Andrew Haines, Chief Executive, UK CAA
Over the past thousand years, Icelandic volcanic ash has been deposited in the UK at least ten times, the last occasion being in 1947. In geological terms, the gap between 1947 and 2010 is an instant, but in that time, UK civil aviation grew from carrying just one million passengers a year, to carrying over 218 million. The possibility of volcanic ash reducing the number of flights in UK airspace to zero for six days was similarly unprecedented until earlier this year, and it took a unique combination of events to bring it about.