- BRITISH AIRWAYS RELAXES IFE RESTRICTIONS. // Business Traveller (Asia-Pacific Edition);Jan/Feb2013, p14
The article reports that British Airways has soften its in-flight entertainment (IFE) system restriction starting December 1, 2012 after nine months of negotiations with Great Britain's Civil Aviation Authority (CAA).
- CAA takes no action after drone incident. Noakes, Gary // Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland;4/21/2016, p7
The article reports on the statement from the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) of Great Britain that it has no plan to take action and push for tougher regulations on flying drones after the Airbus A320 flight of airline company British Airways was struck by a drone on April 17, 2016.
- News: IN BRIEF. // Travel Weekly: The Choice of Travel Professionals;4/29/2005, Issue 1767, p4
The article reports that British airports handled 217 million passengers last year, an increase of 8% on 2003. Latest Great Britain Civil Aviation Authority figures show the number of people using London's five airports rose by 7% year on year to 129 million. But regional airports led the way...
- Route masters. Skuse, Ian // Business Travel World;Dec2004, p49
Focuses on the conflict among British Airways, Virgin Airlines and BMI over the right to airline routes for flights between Great Britain and India. Task of the Civil Aviation Authority; Details of the airlines' demands.
- Final pleas for India Flights. // Travel Weekly: The Choice of Travel Professionals;11/12/2004, Issue 1744, p3
The article reports on the return of Virgin Atlantic, British Airways and BMI to court for the second and final day of the Civil Aviation Authority's (CAA's) scarce capacity hearing over 21 extra Great Britain-India flights. It will be the first time three airlines have gone head to head in the...
- Letting the train take the strain. James, Caroline // Travel Weekly: The Choice of Travel Professionals;8/5/2005, Issue 1781, p26
This article reports that Virgin Trains Co. claimed that business travellers are deserting airlines between London and Manchester, England because it's more convenient and cheaper to go by rail. The operator cites British Civil Aviation Authority figures showing an 11.9% year-on-year decrease in...
- CAA offers new perks. // Employee Benefits;Oct2008, p10
The article reports on the initiative of the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) to launch total reward statements and implement a new voluntary benefits program for its employees in Great Britain. The statements will outline core benefits and pension of 1,100 employees of CAA. The statements also...
- British Airways' New A380 And 787 Jets Promise More Fuel-efficient Flying And Reduced Noise. // AirGuide For the Frequent Flyer;8/5/2013, p98
The article focuses on the two jet planes of the British Airways PLC, such as Airbus A380 and Boeing 787, which promise more fuel-efficient flying and reduced noise. Topics discussed include noise limits in airports, Great Britain's Civil Aviation Authority's insights regarding the noise...
- Feeling the heat. Ferguson, Martin // Buying Business Travel;Sep/Oct2010, Issue 46, p34
An interview with Steve Ridgway, chief executive officer of Virgin Atlantic Airways Ltd., is presented. When asked about the issue of the ash cloud crisis, he does not express sympathy to the government and Civil Aviation Authority for their inability to handle the situation. Ridgway remains...