An appeal lies to the Competition and Markets Authority ('CMA')1:
(1) against a decision by the Civil Aviation Authority ('CAA')2 to include, or not to include, a condition in a licence when it is granted3;
(2) against a decision by the CAA4 to modify a licence condition5;
which may be brought6 only with the permission of the CMA7.
Such an appeal may be brought8 only by the holder of the licence or a provider of air transport services whose interests are materially affected by the decision9. An application for permission to appeal may be made only by a person who, if
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