U.K. Civil Aviation Authority Tightens Air Show Rules

Credit: Hawker Hunter: Arpingstone
LONDON – The U.K.’s Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) will tighten regulations for air displays following the crash of a former military Hawker Hunter at the Shoreham air show last September that killed 11 people. Updating its progress in an ongoing review into air show safety, the CAA said it was...

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