The new agreement between the UK and the Isle of Man aims to bring clarity to both operators and regulators in both locales.
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For the first time since the report began, no UK airports were marked as 'poor' in the CAA's annual report for airport accessibility.
Considering the detrimental effects on the aviation industry, Jonathan Nicholson, Assistant Director, Civil Aviation Authority, highlights the risks, opportunities and challenges related to the use of unmanned aircraft.
For the second summer in a row, those travelling from the UK’s airports are warned of the cost of disruptive behaviour with the 'One Too Many' campaign.
With projects ranging from air taxis to AI in air traffic control, the UK CAA's 'Innovation Sandbox' plans to keep UK aviation at the forefront of technology.
April 2019 was the busiest-ever April for Luton Airport with a 10.4 per cent increase on the same period in 2018.
The aviation industry has praised new initiatives that highlight the effects of disruptive passenger behaviour airside and on board.
Following the 'One Too Many' campaign, individual airports reported a reduction in number of disruptive passenger incidents despite growth in passenger numbers.
As details of the terms of the UK's exit from the EU still remain a mystery, the UK's CAA has put into place contingency plans ensuring trade between the UK and the U.S. remains as uninterrupted as possible following the UK's exit from the EU.
Andy Taylor, Chief Solutions Officer for Digital Towers at NATS, reveals how industry collaborations are revolutionising digital tower offerings to challenge assumptions and pave the way for smarter digital airport operations.
As of today, the 13 March 2019, no-fly zones around UK airports have been extended to five kilometres to try and mitigate the impact rogue drones have upon an airspace.
The UK Government has confirmed that in the event of a no-deal exit from the EU, flights will not ground to a halt.
At the Airport Operators Association (AOA) annual dinner, Chris Grayling explained that reforming UK airspace is vital to meet the growing needs of the industry.
Following a meeting with airlines and allergy sufferers, the Government wants to see improved clarity and consistency in how the aviation industry deals with allergies.
A landmark deal on airport charges, worth several hundred million pounds, heralds a new phase of airport and airline commercial cooperation supporting growth at Heathrow Airport.