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Page Summary

This page gives instructions on how to obtain CAA Publications.

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Publication of Safety Critical Information and other Communications

With effect from 1 January 2011, the CAA changed the way in which it communicates its safety related and other information to industry.  The new style of CAA communications introduces a three-tiered approach for different levels of communications; Safety DirectivesSafety Notices and Information Notices.

Up until 1 January 2011 CAA information has been communicated via a number of different formats and newsletters, such as FODCOMs, ATSINs, AIRCOMs, NATMAC Informatives, NOTALs, NOTEX and TrainingComms.  With the introduction of the new style communications these will no longer be issued, but historical documents may still be viewed via the publications search engine.

An advance Information Notice has been issued to all recipients of CAA Communications.  In addition, an introductory presentation has been delivered to various industry groups from which a number of Frequently Asked Questions have been recorded.

Subscribers to the ‘Safety Critical Information’ category will receive all Safety Directives. All Safety Notices and Information Notices will be notified through two new subscription categories, ‘Safety Notices’ and ‘Information Notices’. Subscribers will be required to update their subscription categories if they require notification of publication of all Safety Notices and Information Notices.

Subscribers wishing to receive notification of publication of Safety Directives, Safety Notices and Information Notices which are only applicable to their current subscription categories (e.g. Flight Operations, Aerodromes etc.) are not required to update their subscription as applicable communications will continue to be sent.

Any queries can be addressed to infoservices@caa.co.uk.

Availability of Publications and Forms

Civil Aviation Authority publications and forms are made freely available in electronic PDF format. In order to view them it is necessary to have Adobe Acrobat Reader software installed on your computer.

Additionally, most publications can be obtained as printed paper copies. Where available, a link to enable purchase from The Stationery Office (TSO) will be found on the specific publication information page. All enquiries concerning the supply of printed publications should be directed to TSO in the first instance. Their telephone number is 0844 477 7300 and email address caa@tso.co.uk

Subscribing to Publication and Form Updates

As well as free access to CAA publications, users of the web site may request email notification of new and amended publications.  This service is detailed in the Subscriptions section.

The revision status of CAA publications is shown on each publication information page.  This is the authoritative source for this information.

How to View a Publication or Form

To view an electronic copy of a publication or form, or complete a form online ready for printing and signing, you must have Adobe Acrobat Reader v7 or above installed on your computer. Information on downloading this free product, along with advice on some common problems, can be viewed on our Adobe Acrobat Reader page.

Advice on finding a specific publication or form is given on our Search for a Publication page.

How to Complete a Form Online

We are currently revising our electronic forms to allow you to complete them online, ready for printing, signing, and posting to us. Please read "How to View a Publication or Form" above to ensure you are able to complete them.

A small number of the forms can also be submitted directly to us without needing to be printed and sent in the mail. Further information on completing each form, and where to send it, is provided within the form itself.