If an application is made to any court1 for the winding up of a licence company2, the Secretary of State3 and the Civil Aviation Authority ('CAA')4 are entitled to be heard by the court5. The court must not make a winding up order or appoint a provisional liquidator6, but if the court is satisfied that it would be appropriate to make a winding up order if the company were not a licence company, it must instead make an air traffic administration order7. An air traffic administration order8 is an order directing
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