Civil Aviation Authority (CAA)
The CAA is the UK’s specialist aviation regulator and its responsibilities include:
- Air Safety
- Economic regulation
- Airspace regulation
- Consumer protection
- Environmental research and consultancy
National Air Traffic Services (NATS)
NATS provides air traffic control services to aircraft flying in UK airspace and over the eastern part of the North Atlantic.
International Air Transport Association (IATA)
IATA, with its headquarters in Montreal, and executive office in Geneva, brings together approximately 270 airlines. The organisation aims to help airlines operate safely, efficiently and economically and encourages cooperation throughout the industry.
Association of European Airline (AEA)
The AEA represents the common interests of its members to the European Union, the European Civil Aviation Conference and, as appropriate, to individual governments.
British Air Transport Association (BATA)
BATA represents the majority of UK airlines on industry issues to government, airports and other industry regulators and suppliers.
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