This form may be used to participate in the CAA's web-based consultation on proposed amendments to the CAA Schemes of Charges for 2016/17 concerning Air Displays and Low Flying Permission charges.
This form may be used to participate in the CAA's web-based consultation on
proposed amendments to the CAA Air Display Schemes of Charges for 2016/17 concerning Air Displays and Low Flying Permission charges.
The purpose of this Charges Consultation is to advise you of the proposals on
charges that are intended to take effect as from 1 April 2016.
The consultation runs for a period of 4 weeks as from Monday 1 February 2016
and concludes on Monday 29 February 2016.
I would be grateful to receive your comments on the proposals as soon as
possible but no later than the consultation closure date.
All comments received via the on-line consultation submission form will be
automatically acknowledged together with the provision of a unique reference
number that should be quoted on any further enquiry.
A summary of representations received will be posted on the CAA website during
Miss Chris Jesnick
CAA Finance & Corporate Services Director
Guidance for web-based consultation
When you have completed the form, click "Send Form" at the bottom of this page.
If the form has not been completed correctly, incomplete fields will be
identified. Once the form has been completed correctly and submitted, a page
confirming submission will appear. In addition, if you have supplied a valid
email address, an acknowledgement of receipt will be sent together with a
unique four digit reference number that should be noted by the sender as proof
that the comment form has been received by the CAA.
If you have provided an email address on this form you will be notified of
future years' Charges Consultations automatically.
Personal information supplied in this form will be managed in accordance with
the Data Protection Act 1998. In addition, summary documents of consultation
responses which identify respondents and respondent organisations may be
published by the CAA. Consultation responses (including personal information)
may also be transmitted to the Department for Transport. All consultation
responses are subject to the provisions of the Freedom of Information