Where the Civil Aviation Authority ('CAA')1 takes a decision in relation to an air transport licence or route licence2, it must give a statement of its reasons to all parties3 to the case, save that no statement need be given if the licence was granted in the terms of the application without there having been an objection or a specific request for reasons by any party4.
If, however, the CAA believes that it would not be in the interests of national security or relations with other states for reasons to be given, the Secretary of State
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