In the United Kingdom1, the Civil Aviation Authority ('CAA') is the national aviation authority for the purposes of the Basic EASA Regulation2 and the competent authority for the purposes of the EASA Aircraft Certification Regulation3, the EASA Aircrew Regulation4, the EASA Continuing Airworthiness Regulation5, the EASA Air Operations Regulation6, the EASA Aerodromes Regulation7, the Standardised European Rules of the Air Regulation8 and the Occurrence Reporting Regulation9. The CAA is also the competent authority for the purposes of EU-OPS
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