CAP1219: CAA Response to the Airports Commission Delivery Discussion Paper

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Title:CAA Response to the Airports Commission Delivery Discussion Paper
Description:As the UK’s specialist aviation regulator, the CAA has significant relevant expertise in areas that are central to the Airports Commission’s work. In relation to the Delivery Paper, this includes economically regulating those airport operators it judges to have significant market power (currently Heathrow and Gatwick airports); serving as the Airspace Approval and Regulatory Authority for the UK (including owning the Airspace Change Process); acting as the safety regulator for UK aviation; and housing considerable aviation noise expertise within its Environmental Research and Consultancy Department.
Review Comment:None
Date:September 2014
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