The Air Traffic Management and Unmanned Aircraft (ATMUA) Act in April 2021. As part of this, the CAA has new roles and powers in relation to the Secretary of State’s powers to direct “a person involved in airspace change” to progress or cooperate in an airspace change.
We have now published our Enforcement Guidance covering the powers brought about by the Act and are we seeking your views on our draft Statement of Policy on Penalties. Responses can be submitted via our online consultation.
The consultation will close on 03 March 2022.