Civil Aviation Authority (United Kingdom)
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The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) is the statutory corporation which oversees and regulates all aspects of civil aviation in the United Kingdom. The CAA head office is located in the CAA House on Kingsway in Holborn, London Borough of Camden.〔"(London Head Office )." Civil Aviation Authority. Retrieved on 9 September 2010.〕 The CAA Safety Regulation Group is in the Aviation House in Gatwick Airport in Crawley, England.〔"(Bus Services to CAA Safety Regulation Group, Aviation House )." Civil Aviation Authority. Retrieved on 9 September 2010. "Aviation House South Area Gatwick Airport RH6 0YR"〕 The CAA is a public corporation of the Department for Transport.
Air Safety Support International, a subsidiary of the CAA, is responsible for air safety in the British Overseas Territories.〔http://www.airsafety.aero/about/〕
The CAA directly or indirectly regulates all aspects of aviation in the UK. In some aspects of aviation it is the primary regulator, in other areas, where the responsibility for regulation has passed to the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), the CAA acts as EASA's local office, implementing the regulations. Representatives from the CAA sit on EASA's advisory bodies, taking part in the Europe-wide regulation process.
The UK Government requires that the CAA’s costs are met entirely from its charges on those whom it regulates. Unlike many other countries, there is no direct Government funding of the CAA’s work. It is classed as a public corporation, established by statute, in the public sector. The connection it has with the government is via the Machinery of Government and Standards Group of the Cabinet Office.
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