UKCAAUnited Kingdom Civil Aviation Authority
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The three year curriculum development and approval project culminated with a UKCAA audit late last year and is said to provide benefits such as domestic and international students studying together, students receiving an understanding of mechanical and avionic aircraft systems at certificate level and students being able to leave their options open before choosing where to specialise in their second year of study.
(BNA) -- The United Kingdom Civil Aviation Authority (UKCAA) warned that flight prices from the country will increase, route choices will fall and the nation's economy will be impacted unless the government develops a long-term aviation policy that will also include sustainable airport capacity growth, said Flight Global.