The Civil Aviation Authority ('CAA') is under a duty to furnish to the Secretary of State1 such information as he may specify and as the CAA has or can reasonably be expected to obtain relating to itself or to civil aviation2. The CAA must give the Secretary of State notice of:
(1) any proposal to merge or any merger of a body holding an air transport licence or operating licence3 with another body4;
(2) matters affecting international relations5; or
(3) matters involving noise, vibration, pollution or other disturbance attributable to aircraft used for the purposes of civil aviation6.
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