The Civil Aviation Act 1982 (Anguilla) Order 2019

Document Number:2019 No. 756
Coming into force:Coming into force on the 08/05/2019
 
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Statutory Instruments

Civil Aviation

Made

10 th April 2019

Coming into force

8 th May 2019

At the Court at Windsor Castle, the 10 th day of April 2019

Present,

The Queen’s Most Excellent Majesty in Council

This Order is made in exercise of the powers conferred by section 108 of the Civil Aviation Act 1982(1).

Her Majesty, by and with the advice of Her Privy Council, orders as follows:

Citation and commencement

  1. This Order may be cited as the Civil Aviation Act 1982 (Anguilla) Order 2019 and comes into force on 8 th May 2019.

    Extension of provisions of the Civil Aviation Act 1982 to Anguilla

  2. The provisions of the Civil Aviation Act 1982 (“the Act”) specified in the first column of the table in the Schedule extend to Anguilla with the modifications specified in the second column of that table.

    Richard Tilbrook

    Clerk of the Privy Council

    Article 2

    SCHEDULE

    In subsection (1)—

    omit “or authorised by a certificate under the Aerodromes Regulation”;

    omit “summary”;

    for “level 3 on the standard scale”, substitute “£1 ,000 , or its equivalent in the currency of the Territory”.

    In subsection (7)—

    omit “summary” in both places it occurs;

    for “level 4 on the standard scale or to both” substitute “£2 ,500 , or its equivalent in the currency of the Territory, or to both such imprisonment and such a fine”;

    for “level 3 on the standard scale” substitute “£1 ,000 , or its equivalent in the currency of the Territory”.

    In subsection (10)—

    omit the definition of “authorised aerodrome”;

    omit the words from “and nothing in section 104(1)” to the end.

    In subsection (3)—

    for “United Kingdom”, in each place it occurs, substitute “Territory”;

    omit paragraph (ha);

    in paragraph (p) for “specifying, subject to the consent of the Treasury,” substitute “prescribing, or enabling the Governor to prescribe,”.

    After subsection (6) add—

    “(7) An Air Navigation Order may authorise the Governor to give such instructions, for the purposes of the Order, as are specified in the Order, in respect of such matters as are specified in the Order.”.

    In subsection (1)—

    for “No aircraft” substitute “The Governor may, with the consent of the Secretary of State, make regulations to secure that no aircraft”;

    for “CAA in pursuance of section 65 below” substitute “authority specified in regulations under this subsection”.

    For subsection (2) substitute—

    “(2) Regulations made under subsection (1) may make provision—

    (a) as to the circumstances in which a licence under the regulations may or...

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