The UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has published its final decision on future economic regulation of Stansted Airport, and confirmed the airport will not require an economic regulation license for any of its passenger and cargo services from April. Under the Civil Aviation Act 2012, only airports that have substantial market power are required to have airport licenses and are subject to economic regulation. The CAA announced in January that Stansted’s passenger services would be ...

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