The Civil Aviation Authority ('CAA')1 has a duty to exercise its air navigation functions2 so as to maintain a high standard of safety in the provision of air traffic services3. The CAA must exercise its air navigation functions in the manner it thinks best calculated4:
(1) to secure the most efficient use of airspace consistent with the safe operation of aircraft and the expeditious flow of air traffic5;
(2) to satisfy the requirements of operators and owners of all classes of aircraft6;
(3) to take account of the interests of any person (other than an operator or owner of
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