CAP1235: Guidance on the Application of the CAA’s Competition Powers

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Title:Guidance on the Application of the CAA’s Competition Powers
Description:This guidance on the application of our competition power seeks to inform our stakeholders - businesses and their advisers, consumers, consumer groups, and other interested parties on how we will apply our competition powers and duties. It sets out how we will apply our concurrent competition powers and explains the interface between generally applicable competition law and aviation specific legislation. It covers the breadth of our competition powers in relation to airport operation services and air traffic services - to undertake sector reviews, carry out market studies, make market investigation references to the CMA, and investigate competition infringements and super complaints.
Review Comment:None
Date:12 May 2015
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