Consequent to the UK's withdrawal from the EU, this Halsbury paragraph should be read in conjunction with the Operation of Air Services (Amendment etc) (EU Exit) Regulations 2018, SI 2018/1392, pending incorporation of the changes into the text.
'Operating licence' means an authorisation granted by the competent licensing authority to an undertaking1, permitting it to provide a flight or a series of flights carrying passengers, cargo, mail or all three, for remuneration, hire or both2. The Civil Aviation Authority ('CAA')3 is the competent licensing authority for the United Kingdom4for these purposes5.
No undertaking established
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