The home page of the Economic Regulation Group
The Economic Regulation Group (ERG) regulates airports, air traffic services and airlines and provides advice on aviation policy from an economic standpoint. Its aim is to secure the best sustainable outcome for users of air transport services. ERG’s main tasks are to promote liberalisation through the removal of Government-imposed restrictions to entry to the airline market and to facilitate the optimal supply and regulation of aviation infrastructure. ERG acts as expert adviser to the Government and collects, analyses and publishes statistical information on airlines and airports.
Specific responsibilities include:
Economic Regulation Group
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On 19 October 2010, the CAA published for consultation its formal proposals for the NATS (En Route) LImited price control for control period 3 (2011-2014).
ERG's Business Plan for the period 2010/11 - 2014/15 is available here.