Airspace:Written question - 150730

Asked by Scott Mann
(North Cornwall)
Asked on: 06 June 2018
Department for Transport
To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, whether he makes assessments of airspace governance and management in other countries when formulating UK policy.
Answered by: Jesse Norman
Answered on: 14 June 2018

When developing airspace policy, both the Government and the Civil Aviation Authority have regular engagement with other countries, including through membership of various international bodies such as our permanent representation on the International Civil Aviation Organisation.

In addition, The Department also routinely monitors how airspace matters are managed abroad and it is are always keen to learn any relevant lessons that can be applied to UK policymaking.

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