Commentary

30 Appeals to the Secretary of State

CIVIL AVIATION vol 7
| Commentary

30 Appeals to the Secretary of State

| Commentary

30 Appeals to the Secretary of State

Any party to an air transport licence case may appeal against a decision of the Civil Aviation Authority (‘CAA’) to the Secretary of State1. The right to appeal in route licence cases was abandoned by the Civil Aviation Act 2006 and any appeal must now be done by judicial review. A written notice of appeal, stating the grounds and arguments for a review of the CAA’s decision, must be submitted within 21 days from the decision date to the Secretary of State2, who, after considering such submissions and any

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