Consultation outcome

Call for evidence: NATS government share ownership

This consultation was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

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Original consultation

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Summary

Call for evidence on whether the government should sell any of its 49% shareholding in NATS, formerly the National Air Traffic Services.

Documents

Call for evidence

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Call for evidence

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Responses form

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Responses form

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Consultation description

As announced in the budget, the government intends to realise value from its shareholding in NATS, subject to the views of key interested parties. Through this call for evidence we are seeking evidence on whether the protections available through legislation and the NATS licence, that are independent of the government’s shareholding, are sufficient to ensure the delivery of the UK’s overall aviation policy objectives on economic growth, environment, safety and security.