After considering the responses of over 100 parties from around the country, the CAA have announced they will be refining some elements of the process

The CAA have now published the outcome of their consultation, explaining how they have taken account of your feedback in the final PPR process that will form part of a new third edition of CAP 1616 in January 2020.

The outcome has been published now to give interested parties, particularly air navigation service providers who may be contemplating making a proposal, as much notice as possible about what they have decided. They are not seeking further views.

Having considered your responses, they have refined some elements of the new process. It begins with the air navigation service provider identifying whether an air traffic control operational procedure change might qualify as a PPR and explaining why it is needed.

The air navigation service provider must then assess and compare the impacts of the options available to meet that need, consult those potentially affected about the option(s) chosen, and take feedback into account in any final proposal.

To read the outcome in full please follow this link.

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