CAA concede Gatwick Route 4 decision was wrong on all grounds. CAA must take its decision again, giving proper consideration to maintaining 2012 flight pattern

In a dramatic turn of events, the Civil Aviation Authority has conceded Plane Justice’s judicial review claim on all grounds, and its April 2017 decision making the current Gatwick departure Route 4 permanent will be quashed by the High Court following the signing of a consent order by the parties. The CAA was due to […]

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Plane Justice submits Response to DfT Consultation on Airspace Changes

Plane Justice has submitted its proposals for a radical overhaul of the aviation regulatory system. These proposals form the centrepiece of our Response to the Department for Transport’s consultation on the Design & Usage of UK airspace.  You can read our full response here. We see the outcome of the DfT’s review as a wasted opportunity, failing as […]

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