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Written Answers — Department for Transport: Aviation ( 2 Apr 2024)

Lord Davies of Gower: The regulatory framework exists and Temporary Reserved Areas (TRAs) are applied for through the Airspace Change Process and are assessed by the regulator, the Civil Aviation Authority, which under Section 70 of the Transport Act 2000, has a duty to take a number of factors into account. This includes assessing that a high standard of safety is maintained in the provision of air traffic...

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Aviation: Disability (21 Mar 2024)

Anthony Browne: The Civil Aviation Authority, the UK’s specialist aviation regulator, consulted on the introduction of an airline accessibility performance framework, which closed in July 2023. The CAA has been analysing the responses, and will publish its response to that consultation and next steps in due course.

Written Answers — Department for Work and Pensions: Offshore Industry: Helicopters (12 Mar 2024)

Paul Maynard: The responsibility for safety risks in the offshore helicopter supply chain lies with the Civil Aviation Authority. The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) is not aware that the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions has received recent representations from the International Association of Oil and Gas Producers on this matter.

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Regional Airports: Safety (12 Mar 2024)

Anthony Browne: ...private sector or are public/private partnerships which operate commercially. As such, it is for airports to ensure they adhere to regulations and standards relating to safety and security. The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) issues either an aerodrome licence or aerodrome certificate to regional aerodromes on the basis that the aerodrome, and its operation, meets the...

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Helicopters: North Sea (12 Mar 2024)

Anthony Browne: ...a wide range of opportunities to improve the safety of those operations and to increase the chances of passengers and crew surviving an accident. As the UK’s aviation safety regulator, the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) continues to monitor all aspects of the operations of offshore helicopter companies and any risks to safe operation through its ongoing programme of safety oversight -...

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Offshore Industry: Helicopters (11 Mar 2024)

Alex Cunningham: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, if he will list the (a) models and (b) number of helicopters licensed by the Civil Aviation Authority to transport offshore oil and gas workers to and from installations in the North Sea.

Written Answers — Department for Transport: NHS: Delivery Services (11 Mar 2024)

Lord Davies of Gower: The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) regulate the use of Uncrewed Aircraft Systems (drones) to ensure the increased use of drones remains safe and secure for all airspace users. The CAA will approve any drone operations for NHS deliveries based on a safety case, in line with their Operational Risk Assessment.

Written Answers — Department for Energy Security and Net Zero: Offshore Industry: Helicopters ( 7 Mar 2024)

Graham Stuart: The regulation of helicopter transport services for offshore oil and gas workers is a matter for other bodies, such as the Civil Aviation Authority. Officials are in regular contact with Offshore Energies UK (OEUK), which engages directly on this issue on behalf of the offshore oil and gas sector with relevant bodies such as the Health and Safety Executive, the Civil Aviation Authority,...

Written Answers — Department for Energy Security and Net Zero: Offshore Industry: Helicopters ( 7 Mar 2024)

Graham Stuart: ...safety issues with helicopter operators, oil and gas operators and contractors, offshore trade unions, the pilots’ union BALPA, the relevant regulators (Health and Safety Executive and the Civil Aviation Authority) and trade associations.

Automated Vehicles Bill [Lords] ( 5 Mar 2024)

Louise Haigh: ...rail reform. It is not legislation to properly regulate e-scooters, e-bikes or drones, to set minimum standards for taxis, to extend franchising for buses, or to strengthen the powers of the Civil Aviation Authority—legislation that has been promised time and again by this Government, without any intention of actually delivering it. I will close by pointing out the irony that the one...

Written Answers — Department for Transport: ATOL: Crown Dependencies ( 5 Mar 2024)

Andrew Rosindell: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, whether he has had recent discussions with the Civil Aviation Authority on ATOL protection status in Crown Dependencies.

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Aviation: Passengers (28 Feb 2024)

Julie Elliott: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, how many fines the Civil Aviation Authority imposed on airlines for carrying passengers without correct documents in each year since 2015.

Space Industry (Indemnities) Bill (23 Feb 2024)

Anthony Browne: ..., the Clangers and so on—the Government have been funding the industry. We put in place the Space Industry Act 2018, which my hon. Friend the Member for Woking talked about, and appointed the Civil Aviation Authority as a spaceflight regulator—that is why I am answering this debate, as a Transport Minister, rather than someone from the Department for Science, Innovation and Technology....

Off-road Biking — [Mrs Pauline Latham in the Chair] (20 Feb 2024)

Chris Philp: ...of Members, including the shadow Minister, the hon. Member for Nottingham North, mentioned. Using drones to pursue and track off-road bikes and ATVs is really important. We need to work with the Civil Aviation Authority to ensure that we can fly these drones beyond the line of sight. There are currently some restrictions, so I will meet the Civil Aviation Authority soon to try to get...

Public Bill Committee: Leasehold and Freehold Reform Bill: Examination of Witnesses (18 Jan 2024)

...aviation safety. Everyone works together, and they call it an “open and just culture”. They are actually collaborating. They have lots of rules, but you have almost no enforcement, because the Civil Aviation Authority does not need to do it—everyone is doing something. There are various sectors where you do need public enforcement, and where I would say you need a national system...

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Fujitsu: Contracts (18 Jan 2024)

Gavin Newlands: ...a) number and (b) individual value of contracts with Fujitsu entered into by (i) executive agencies of the Department for Transport, (ii) the Northern Lighthouse Board, (iii) Trinity House, (iv) the Civil Aviation Authority and (v) the British Transport Police Authority since 2012.

Science, Innovation and Technology: Topical Questions (10 Jan 2024)

David Duguid: Will the Minister join me in congratulating SaxaVord on gaining its spaceport licence from the Civil Aviation Authority? Does he agree that the site in Shetland will serve as a critical vertical launch site not just for the UK but for the rest of Europe and beyond, and as such is deserving of full UK Government support?

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Civil Aviation Authority and European Union Aviation Safety Agency ( 8 Jan 2024)

Kirsten Oswald: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, whether it is his policy to negotiate mutual recognition of pilot licenses between the Civil Aviation Authority and European Union Aviation Safety Agency.

Written Answers — Home Office: Unmanned Air Vehicles: Video Recordings (18 Dec 2023)

Chris Philp: ...airspace restriction. These are well-defined restrictions generally reserved for fatalities, major incidents, and serious crime searches. The Home Office works closely with the police and the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) to ensure these restrictions are effective and are well understood by drone operators.


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