Commentary

27 Route licensing and air transport licensing duties of the CAA

CIVIL AVIATION vol 7
CIVIL AVIATION vol 7 | Commentary

27 Route licensing and air transport licensing duties of the CAA

CIVIL AVIATION vol 7 | Commentary

27 Route licensing and air transport licensing duties of the CAA

When deciding on an application for a route licence or an air transport licence, the Civil Aviation Authority (‘CAA’) must act in accordance with prescribed general objectives and specific duties. Relevant general objectives include securing that British airlines provide satisfactory air transport services; furthering the reasonable interests of users of such services; and securing that British airlines compete as effectively as possible with other airlines1. Specific duties require that the CAA has regard to2:

  1. 27.1

        the Secretary of State’s advice on traffic negotiations;

  2. 27.2

        the need to secure the

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