Frequently Asked Questions - Will an independent Scotland still be covered by the Civil Aviation Authority?
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Powers over civil aviation will transfer to the Scottish Government and Parliament as a result of independence. After that, decisions on this will be made by the Parliament and Government of an independent Scotland.
We propose to retain the current regulatory framework governing aviation on independence through a memorandum of understanding with the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA). The CAA will report to the Scottish Government on regulatory matters affecting aviation in Scotland.
Building on this initial arrangement an independent Scotland can develop its own regulatory body in due course.
Source: Scotland's Future, Scottish Government, November 2013.