The Civil Aviation Authority ('CAA')1 may specify in relation to charges for services2:
(1) different amounts or methods in respect of different descriptions of services3;
(2) different amounts or methods in respect of different classes or descriptions of aircraft4;
(3) different amounts or methods in respect of different circumstances in which aircraft are used5.
In specifying amounts or methods the CAA must have regard to6:
(a) tariffs which are approved under any international agreement to which the United Kingdom7 is a party8;
(b) tariffs which in the CAA's opinion are likely to be approved under any such agreement before or
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