Wildlife management in aviation refers to the systematic and proactive measures taken to mitigate the potential hazards posed by wildlife to aircraft operations at airports and in the airspace. Download our informative infographic to learn more.
As we celebrate this year’s Social Enterprise Day on Thursday 16th November, we’re excited to shed light on the remarkable contributions of social enterprises to our communities and the world at large. In this spirit, our Head of International Operations, Clair Borrelli, showcases the distinctive journey of CAA International (CAAi), the UK Civil Aviation Authority’s very own social enterprise, and our continued impact on global aviation.
As the aviation landscape becomes more complex and the demands on professionals grow, the need for an updated training approach that transcends traditional methodologies has become greater. In our latest blog, we explore the advantages surrounding Competency-Based Training and examine what the future holds.
Earlier this week, we sat down with our Aviation Security Technical Advisor, Dorota Broom, and put together a short Q&A focusing on specific touchpoints around Aviation Security Instructor Certification.
Read our report to explore the main challenges that States, Appropriate Authorities, regulators and entities face when implementing aviation security certification systems for instructors and review the UK’s evolved approach to instructor certification.
In February 2022, all UK Air Transport Operators are mandated to implement a pilot Support Programme which includes using trained Pilot Peer volunteers. The support programme is intended to help facilitate flight crew health and wellbeing.
Read our report to understand the key takeaways from COP26, and discover what aviation regulators and National Aviation Authorities can do to help decarbonise air transport and tackle climate change.
With ICAO’s Year of Security Culture coming to an end, in this article, Nina Smith considers the importance of human performance and human factors when developing a positive, effective aviation security culture.
In this article, we will explore ICAO’s recommendation for the unlimited validity of the Level 6 certificate and some concerns that may lead member States to implement recurrent assessment for the ICAO Expert Level 6 language proficiency. We will also explore some options that can help States ensure reliable testing.
In June 2019, the European Union published a set of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) regulations including, Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2019/947, referred to as the Implementing Regulation (IR) and Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2019/945, referred as the Delegated Regulation (DR). Both regulations have been introduced and are applicable in the UK under the European Union Withdrawal Act 2018. What do the new regulations mean for the UAS industry?