The chair of the UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has said the country’s progress with cutting emissions in aviation depends in part on how quickly airspace can be modernised. That in turn requires closer collaboration between officials and industry, according to Stephen Hillier, adding that a “mindset shift” is taking place to “reconfigure” the regulator to respond more quickly to technological change in the aviation industry, which he said has responded positively to the CAA’s efforts. “What I ask from industry in return is early and frequent engagement with us,” Hillier said, speaking at the Sustainable Skies World Summit 2023.
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