A review considering the structure, scope and organisation of the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) conducted by Sir Joseph Pilling.
- 17 July 2008
In order to ensure continuity of operations for the Civil Aviation Authority during the strategic review of its functions and structure, the Secretary of State decided to extend the term of office of its Chairman, Sir Roy McNulty, for a further year. She also reappointed the Authority's Group Director of Economic Regulation, Dr Harry Bush, for a second term.
Rules and principles governing the operation by devolved administrations and Regional Development Agencies of funds to provide start-up aid for new air routes.
- 20 August 2007
This document sets out the Government's response to the recommendations in the Transport Committee's July 2003 Report on Aviation. It cross-refers to the White Paper, 'The Future of Air Transport'.
- 16 December 2003
This document sets out the relationship between the Secretary of State and the CAA. It also provides detail about the CAA's operational framework, functions, financial conditions and accountabilities.
- 31 May 2006
Report by the Transport, Local Government and the Regions Committee.
- 12 January 2006
Following a recommendation of the House of Commons Transport Committee, this review will consider the structure, scope and organisation of the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) with a view to ensuring that the UK’s arrangements for aviation regulation and policy making are fit for purpose and able to meet current and future challenges.
- 09 October 2007
- Last update:
- 31 October 2007
List of routes supported under the scheme in 2006-07.
- 04 January 2008