Where the Civil Aviation Authority ('CAA')1 is to give advice to the Secretary of State2 in so far as the regulation of the use of airports3 is concerned4 or where it has been directed to prepare a scheme for allocating capacity at airports5, it must take into account6:
(1) such of the international obligations of the United Kingdom7 as the Secretary of State may notify to it for these purposes8;
(2) any advice received from the Secretary of State with respect to the relations of the United Kingdom with a country or territory outside the United Kingdom
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