The UK Department for Transport yesterday outlined its airport regulation reform proposals, which it claimed are designed to improve the passenger experience and call for CAA to promote the interests of passengers as a primary responsibility and to ensure that airports meet environmental obligations. "I want to put passengers at the heart of how our airports are run. This will help ensure that we get the most efficient and competitive aviation sector possible," Secretary for Transport Geoff ...

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