Alerts: Economic regulation

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 content@caa.co.uk including the reference number where possible e.g. SW2017/194.

Working paper on review of Space based Automatic Dependent Surveillance (ADS-B) in the North Atlantic

This working paper provides an update on progress on our work in relation to NERL’s licence obligation to conduct a review of Space Based Automatic Dependent Surveillance (SB ADS-B) costs and benefits committed to as part of the RP3 price control. It identifies some early conclusions from the information gathered so far and proposes next […]

22/23 CAA Scheme of Charges Publication

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.

Amendments to Pilot Common Project Regulation (716/2014)

The Air Traffic Management (Regulation (EU) No 716/2014) (Amendment) Regulations 2022 (SI No. 211) was laid in Parliament yesterday, 3 March 2022 and is expected to come into force on 24 March 2022.  SI 2022 No. 211 makes amendments to UK (EU) Regulation No 716/2014 (also known as the Pilot Common Project Regulation) These amendments […]

Heathrow Airport Limited: Notice of Licence Modifications

Economic regulation of Heathrow Airport Limited from January 2022: notice of licence modifications (CAP2305) The CAA gives notice under section 22(6) of the Civil Aviation Act 2012 (CAA12) of the CAA’s decision to modify Heathrow Airport Limited’s (HAL) Licence granted under section 15 CAA12 to set a new ‘holding price cap’ for 2022.

CAA decision on HAL’s holding price cap for 2022

We have published a copy of our letter to Heathrow Airport Limited (HAL) and airlines on HAL’s holding price cap for 2022. This confirms the £29.50 (in 2020 prices) cap that we consulted on in October 2021.

Expired: Statutory charges FY22/23: Consultation

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 […]

Economic regulation of Heathrow: H7 Draft Licence Proposals

This consultation sets out draft modifications to Heathrow Airport Limited’s (HAL) licence to show how the CAA proposes to implement the policy proposals in the October 2021 Initial Proposals for HAL’s H7 price control review. Economic regulation of Heathrow Airport Limited: H7 Initial Proposals – Draft Licence Modifications (CAP2275, November 2021)

Economic regulation of Heathrow Airport Limited: H7 Initial Proposals – Working paper on outcome based regulation

This working paper follows on from the October 2021 Initial Proposals consultation and provides further details of the CAA’s proposed approach to implementing outcome based regulation (OBR) in the H7 price control for Heathrow Airport Limited (HAL). It sets out the CAA’s Initial Proposals on targets, rebates and bonuses and summarises the key proposed changes […]

Decision on NERL’s licence modifications for 2022

We are issuing a decision on exceptional measures for the economic regulation of NATS (En Route) plc for the purpose of 2022 price control licence conditions. Exceptional measures for the economic regulation of NATS (En Route) plc: decision on licence modifications (CAP2279, November 2021)

Expired: Economic regulation of Heathrow Airport Limited: H7 Initial Proposals

This consultation sets out our Initial Proposals for the Heathrow airport’s H7 price control review. It discusses our overall approach to setting the price control and regulatory framework in light of the particularly challenging circumstances created by the Covid-19 pandemic.

The CAA has published the process that will be used in developing aviation policy and legislation in the UK.

The CAA has published the process that will be used in developing aviation policy and legislation in the UK. The process involves coordinated activity between the CAA and the DfT and will be used in the development of aviation legislation, certification specifications and other detailed specifications, acceptable means of compliance and guidance material. Information about […]