velostar wrote:Three years on and any updates? All seems quiet...
Since then we have had changes of
Secretary of State for Transport
Minister of State for Aviation
(Current one, in the HoL, has responsibility for all of (DfT website)
"Aviation, international relations and trade, Europe, aviation security, cyber & transport security, London (including Crossrail & Crossrail 2), corporate & better regulation, all transport parliamentary business in the House of Lords")
Presumably, also, we have had changes in relevant Parliamentary Select Committees in both Houses. For most Members of each, GA is probably very low on their horizons, both constituency and specialist. There is, now, a GA Group, but this is not a Committee. Officially it is only a collective Register of Interest.
We have had the same CAA CEO, but GA is probably again a relatively lowly issue for him, because it is not what Ministers and the media are agitating about most of the time, unless there are bad news stories.
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