All posts tagged "Civil Aviation Authority"

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    Another One Bites the Dust: Monarch Airlines

    UK low-cost airline and holiday company Monarch Airlines has ceased trading and its 300,000 future bookings for...

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    UK Government Launches Independent Inquiry into ATC Chaos

    Officials in the UK government have launched in independent inquiry into the failure of air traffic control services in south-east England on Friday.   National Air Traffic Services blamed a software glitch at its centre at Swanwick in Hampshire for the disruption, which resulted in delays at London Heathrow and London Gatwick...

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    London City Airport Retains Most Punctual Status

    London City Airport had the most flights on time of all the UK’s airports during the last quarter of 2013 – the seventh consecutive period that the airport has held the top spot.   Data published by the Civil Aviation Authority shows that 87% of all flights at LCY were on time,...

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    Heathrow Announces £3bn Extra Investment

    London Heathrow Airport today announced £3 billion of new private-sector investment in addition to the £11 billion that has been invested since 2003. The airport has applied to the UK Civil Aviation Authority to increase the airport tariff gradually from £19.33 per passenger in 2012/13 to £27.30 in 2018 – but airlines...

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    Ryanair to Launch Complaint Against BAA Stansted

    Ryanair confirmed today that it has instructed its lawyers to file a complaint with the UK Civil Aviation Authority and Competition Commission, demanding that they revise the current price cap at London Stansted to eliminate what Ryanair claims to be “monopoly abuses and overcharging” of Stansted’s airlines over the past five years (2007-2011).