The Civil Aviation Authority ('CAA') may determine a scheme of charges to be paid to it in respect of the performance of its functions as specified in the scheme1. Before making such a scheme, the CAA must consult the persons who, in its opinion, are likely to be affected by the scheme or such of those persons as it thinks fit and after consulting those persons, consult the Secretary of State2. The scheme may specify the amount of the charge and the manner in which it must be paid, or may provide for different charges3.
Regulations may also determine charges
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