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The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has commenced its work to review airport competition.
This will inform what, if any, regulation is required at Gatwick after the current price control (Q5) expires on 31 March 2014. Below are Gatwick's submissions to the CAA.Further paper on regulation of an increasingly competitive airport sector - September 2013
Paper on regulation of an increasingly competitive airport sector - May 2013GAL paper Assessing the adverse effects and benefits of regulation - October 2012GAL additional evidence - September 2012GAL response to the CAA's May 2012 Policy Update - July 2012Letter with Submission re CAA's assessment of market power at Gatwick - April 2012Letter re CAA's initial views of market power - February 2012Comments on Frontier Economics and RBB Reports - December 2011Letter re Competition in the South East Market with accompanying Submission - November 2011
Following the Competition Commission's Airports Market Investigation (see below), the Department for Transport’s Review of Economic Regulation and the proposed Airports Economic Regulation Bill , the CAA launched work on “preparing for a more competitive airports sector”. This has two main workstreams:
More information on the CAA's preparation for a more competitive airports sector
Gatwick has actively been involved in this work. Here is the CAA’s outcome of the Competition guidelines consultation.
CAA's Guidance on the assessment of airport market power: Response to consultation on draft guidelines - April 2011CAA's Guidance on the assessment of airport market power - April 2011
Below are Gatwick's submissions to the two main workstreams.
Response to CAA consultation on preparing for a more competitive airports sector - January 2010Letter to CAA on competition guidelines - June 2010Paper to the CAA on two-sided platforms and airports - August 2010Letter to CAA on competition guidelines - October 2010Response to CAA competition guidelines issues paper - November 2010Response to CAA empirical methods papers - January 2011Response to CAA draft competition guidelines - March 2011 Letter to CAA on market power assessment of Gatwick, Heathrow and Stansted - June 2011
Alternative forms of regulation
Presentation at CAA working group on alternative approaches to regulation - September 2010Comments to CAA on classification of regulatory approaches - September 2010Letter to CAA re development of competition in south east England beyond Q5 - February 2011Response to CAA stock take on alternative forms of regulation - May 2011
The sale of Gatwick Airport and the potential sale of Stansted Airport following the Competition Commission’s Airports Market Investigation 2007-2009 has increased competition between airports in the South East of England. In November 2010 the Competition Commission (CC) invited submissions on whether there had been any relevant developments it should take into consideration since it made its decision in March 2009 requiring BAA Ltd (BAA) to sell three airports. In July 2011 the CC published its decision that the sale of Stansted should proceed and the sale was completed in February 2013.Below you can find Gatwick’s response, the CC's July 2011 decision document and its associated provisional findings report.
Gatwick's response to the CC's airports market investigation invitation for submissions - December 2010CC's provisional findings report following submissions with Appendices - March 2011CC's decision document with Appendices - July 2011
More information on the CC's airports market investigation
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