The Civil Aviation Authority ('CAA')1 may make a market power determination2 or an operator determination3 based entirely or partly on circumstances that have not arisen at the time the determination is made4. Such a determination may be made only if the CAA considers that the specified circumstances are likely to arise5. The CAA must specify the circumstances in the determination6.
The CAA is not required7 to publish or send a copy of a notice of a determination made in reliance of the above provisions8, or reasons for such a determination, at a time when the circumstances specified in the determination
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