The overriding duty of the Civil Aviation Authority ('CAA')1 in exercising its functions relating to market investigations concerning the supply of air traffic services2 is to maintain a high standard of safety in the provision of air traffic services3. The CAA is also required to exercise those functions4 in the manner it thinks best calculated:
(1) to further the interests5 of operators and owners of aircraft, owners and managers of aerodromes6, persons travelling in aircraft, and persons with rights in property carried in them7;
(2) to promote efficiency and economy on the part of suppliers of air traffic services8;
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