The UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) is setting out “a vision for the future of UK airspace” after the country’s departure from the European Union. The blueprint entails a “refreshed Airspace Modernisation Strategy to make sure that this invisible piece of the UK’s national infrastructure is fit for purpose”, the CAA said. The “latest developments in innovation and technology” are to be worked into the plans, the CAA added, listing drones, aerial taxis and spacecraft. The aim is to maintain “high levels of aviation safety” to 2040, and, if possible, to improve such measures. But simplification of airspace design and
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