@jannettesyarns I believe so - but would double check with your airline as different airlines have different rules...
@BernieBaldwin This flight is scheduled to arrive at 18:40.
@BlythswoodSE Pleased to hear your comments, thank you.
The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) reviews the setting of the level of airport charges at Gatwick.
The latest CAA decision document, covering the period 2014-2021Gatwick's Commitments are outlined in our Conditions of UseGatwick's performance against our Service CommitmentsRegulatory accounts can be found on our Investor Relations site
During the course of the CAA’s review of regulation to be applied at Gatwick from April 2014 we submitted a number of inputs to the CAA. These included business plans and external expert advice, the links for which are shown below.
Response to CAA final proposals - November 2013Paper on regulation of an increasingly competitive airports sector - May 2013Response to the CAA's report on price monitoring - March 2013Response to the CAA's report on comparing and capping airport charges - March 2013Letter to the CAA regarding the application of long run incremental cost estimates - March 2013Gatwick Airport report on regulatory regimes at airports - January 2013What is the cost of capital for Gatwick Airport beyond Q5 - January 2013How has the risk of Gatwick Airport changed since the start of Q5 - January 2013Refreshed Business Plan to 2024 (public version) - January 2013Gatwick Airport report on regulation, deregulation & market power - November 2012Initial Business Plan to 2020 (public version) - April 2012Letter to the CAA re Constructive Engagement - March 2012
Before April 2014 Gatwick was regulated under a now replaced legal regime, the Airports Act 1986.
Please find below the CAA’s determination for the last quinquennium (known as Q5), which covered the period from 1 April 2008 to 31 March 2013, and subsequently extended to 31 March 2014. You can find additional information on the CAA website.
CAA regulatory decision document - March 2008CAA Q5 extension consultation document - February 2011Gatwick's response to the CAA's Q5 extension consultation - March 2011CAA's Q5 extension decision - March 2011Joint Gatwick Airport and airlines agreement on the Q5 extension - March 2011
The Department for Transport (DfT) completed its review of the economic regulatory framework of UK airports in December 2009. This was the first time since 1986, when the Airports Act set out the UK airports regulatory structure that the legislation has been reviewed. Here you can view the DfT's consultation document, Gatwick Airport's response and the DfT's decision document:
DfT consultation document - March 2009Gatwick response press release - June 2009Gatwick Airport response document - June 2009DfT RER decision document - December 2009
The Coalition Government announced in the Queen's speech in May 2010 its intention to introduce an Airport Economic Regulation Bill. This Bill seeks to implement the decisions of the previous government from its Review of Economic Regulation of Airports. This bill became the Civil Aviation Act 2013. In response to the development of this Bill, Gatwick provided:
Submission to the Transport Select Committee on the draft Civil Aviation Bill - November 2011Response to the CAA's Indicative Licence - December 2011Response to DfT's consultation on the removal of the CC - February 2012
CAA's consultation on 'Setting the Scene for Q6' - October 2011CAA's audit of manual security queue measurement in North Terminal - October 2011CAA's consultation on change to the trigger verification process - July 2011CAA's consultation on Passenger Representation and Complaint Handling - June 2011CAA's mid-Q5 capital expenditure assessment and Appendix - March 2011Gatwick's action plan for the CAA's service quality regime audit 2010 - March 2011CAA's 5 year strategic plan 2011-2016 - March 2011CAA's review of winter disruption 2010 - January 2011CAA's service quality regime audit 2010 - December 2010CAA's 2011-12 charges - December 2010CAA's review of Ryanair complaint on check-in desks pricing - December 2010CAA's review of the Q5 price control process and Annex - November 2010EC's common rules for allocation of slots at European airports - October 2010CAA's accessible air travel for disabled and reduced mobility passengers - September 2010DfT's regulating air transport (as part of their review of the regulatory framework) - March 2010EC's application of EU legislation for air passenger rights - March 2010EC's review of the 1996 ground handling directive - February 2010DfT's promoting financial resilience for major airports (as part of their review of the regulatory framework) - February 2010CAA's service quality regime audit 2009 - January 2010
@jannettesyarns I believe so - but would double check with your airline as different airlines have different rules... 10 hours ago
@BernieBaldwin This flight is scheduled to arrive at 18:40. 15 hours ago
@BlythswoodSE Pleased to hear your comments, thank you. 16 hours ago