As the post-COVID airline industry transitions from survival to recovery, CHIRP Air Transport FEEDBACK Edition 142 reviews some of the key issues from the last 12 months that have recently focused on commercial pressures and rostering versus available resources and manning. There are also reports discussing UPRT training, Approach Bans, maintenance quality concerns, and lack […]
Alerts: Airport security
Here you can see details of all alerts issued during the last 12 months. Select a category to see the relevant headlines, sorted by date, and click on one to read the full alert. If you are looking for information about an older notification please email email@example.com including the reference number where possible e.g. SW2017/194.
We have published a new set of pages on our website that contain up to date versions of UK law (Regulations and Rules) that have been retained and/or amended since the UK left the EU (and EASA). More regulations are now included, and they are easier to search for and open. Where applicable AMC/GM/CS continues […]
The CAA has published the revised 14 Schemes of Charges and the Consultation response document on the 17th March 2022 under CAA UK Official Record Series 5, that will be legally implemented with effect from the 1st April 2022. The current 14 Schemes of Charges will be effective to and including 31st March 2022.
CHIRP Air Transport FEEDBACK Edition 141 focuses on fatigue and tiredness resulting from maximised duty times as companies ramp up operations now that international COVID restrictions have been relaxed. There are also reports describing normalised deviance in the engineering and flight crew environments where people have routinely cut corners in an attempt to meet the […]
Restriction of Flying Regulations for Helicopter Flight between Sandringham and Windsor on 7 February 2022. Details by NOTAM and in a Briefing Sheet at NATS UK | Briefing Sheets Restrictions also apply to the operation of all drones. SW2021/022
The CAA must report to the Secretary of State annually on the delivery of the Airspace Modernisation Strategy. Our report for 2021 provides an update on policy and regulatory process since the last progress report and a summary of current delivery plans. We also provide our assessment of progress towards completion of each initiative. You […]
Our Statutory charges FY22/23 consultation has now been published and explains our proposals for revisions to the existing CAA Charges Schemes, due to take effect from 1 April 2022. We look forward to receiving feedback on these proposals, in particular from those we regulate. We welcome comments on all aspects of the proposals, including the […]
Air Transport FEEDBACK 140 covers a wide-ranging set of issues reported to CHIRP during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic period. The editorial focuses on the need to proactively report across the whole spectrum of safety concerns so that we can identify emerging themes before they become critical – one such theme being the growing pressure […]
Air Transport FEEDBACK 139 includes comments on themes from recent reports to CHIRP, many of which have focused on company/workforce relations, culture and trust. Also mentioned is the need to make sure that recent publications that have been issued when many people and/or departments have been furloughed are properly understood and incorporated in return to […]
NATS will replace the AIS IBS with a new system on Thursday, 12th August 2021. The new system provides an improved user interface and enhanced functionality – Full details of changes are available via the NATS news item at www.nats.aero/ais including a new User Manual. Note: Users with existing Pre-flight Information Bulletin (PIB) accounts will […]
Jamming activity will take place between the 12-16 July affecting Wales and South West England Activity impacting GNSS (GPS) will take place between the times and dates specified. An associated AIS briefing sheet will be released containing additional details (see ‘News’ on the NATS AIS website) During the trials impacted systems utilising GNSS may suffer […]