A person in charge of the provision of an air traffic control service1 must not provide such a service for United Kingdom2 airspace, or airspace outside the United Kingdom for which the United Kingdom has, under international arrangements, undertaken to provide air navigation services3, unless that person has been given and complies with the terms of an air traffic control approval granted by the Civil Aviation Authority ('CAA')4. The CAA must grant an air traffic control approval if it is satisfied that the applicant is competent to provide a service which is safe for use by aircraft, having regard
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