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New CAA website

New CAA website

The Civil Aviation Authority has launched a new look web site. Still located at www.caa.co.uk they say that the site "delivers enhanced, more accessible information". Please try it for yourself.

In addition the CAA has also launched an app called Skywise that runs on Apple and Android devices. It is fairly simple to get and set up and will deliver alerts on a variety of topics which the user can select. These include:

Aerodrome Safety, Air Displays and Events, ATC, Airline operations, Airline safety, Airport security, Airside work, Airspace alerts, Airspace change, ATOL, Autogyros, Balloons, CAT, Drones, Economic regulation, Flight training, Gliders, Maintenance and engineers, Manufacturers, Medical, Microlights, PPL A, PPL H.

Well worth a look and it is free!



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