The British government wants the aviation industry to submit views on the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) as part of an official review of the body that began in August. The Department of Transport announced on Monday that the process is to run until January 22 and will “provide an opportunity for anybody who uses the CAA or is affected by its work – including airlines, airports, pilots and passengers – to provide insight and evidence to inform the government review, on everything from the CAA’s strategy, to its organisation and performance”. Led by Jeremy Newman, a member of the Competition

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