726. Primary legislation.

United Kingdom air law is principally regulated by statute and by statutory instruments1 made under statutory powers. The main statutes include the Civil Aviation Act 19822 (which confers comprehensive enabling powers for the regulation of civil aviation), the Airports Act 19863 (which deals with the regulation and use of airport facilities), Part I of the Transport Act 20004 (which deals with air traffic services) and the Civil Aviation Act 2012 (which deals with amongst other things the regulation of operators of dominant airports, the regulation of provision of flight accommodation and the provision of information)5. Legislation has also been