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United Kingdom Civil Aviation Authority

Country: United Kingdom
Official Website: Civil Aviation Authority
Civil Aviation Authority Name (Native language): Civil Aviation Authority

What is the Civil Aviation Authority?

The Civil Aviation Authority is a public corporation, established by Parliament in 1972 as an independent aviation regulator. It is responsible for regulating and ensuring the safety standards set by the International Civil Aviation Organization and within Europe. The Authority regulates aviation in the United Kingdom, including airports, aircraft, and pilots.

Can Epic Flight Academy train me to fly for the Civil Aviation Authority in the United Kingdom?

Yes. Each country and aviation governing body has different standards that must be met before you can fly for them. This is similar to airlines having different hiring requirements. We can prepare you to fly for any airline in any country. We wish you a successful airline pilot career full of blue skies, soft landings, and a generous salary. For more information on becoming a professional pilot in the United Kingdom, please contact us today.

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