A review of CAA fees, levies, and charges is under way, and you're invited to comment.
This review will consider the pricing level of the fees, charges, and levies, not the funding framework that was reviewed in 2017. Any changes are expected to take effect 01 July 2020 and remain until 2023.
The approach adopted in this pricing review is consistent with the Government’s ‘cost recovery’ objectives and complies with the public sector guidelines on the setting of fees and charges for services by government agencies. These guidelines were developed by Treasury and the Auditor-General.
This review is to ensure the Authority’s fees, levies, and charges are set at levels allowing the Authority to carry out the full scope of its work over the next three years.
The CAA will consult until 5 pm 07 February 2020 on the changes proposed by the 2020 pricing review agreed to by cabinet. We want advice and views on the proposals and their possible impact.
Use the online form below (this is preferred to make compiling responses easier). Submissions can also be posted or delivered.
If you have any questions, or would like to organise a meeting with the Authority to discuss elements of this document, please contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The CAA will hold meetings in six locations to provide the public and aviation participants with an opportunity to hear about the proposed changes, have questions answered and tell us what you think.
The locations are Queenstown, Christchurch, Nelson, Wellington, Palmerston North and Auckland. The meetings will be held in late January 2020 to allow time for you to consider the proposals.
Details of the venues, dates and times will be added to this page in January. We are planning to hold two meetings in each venue – in the afternoon and the early evening.
For any questions about the review or consultation process, please email email@example.com.
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Please note that all submissions become public information that can be requested under the Official Information Act 1982 (OIA). Please indicate clearly if any parts of your submission are commercially sensitive, or if for any other reasons you do not want that information to be disclosed. The Authority will consider this in making a decision in respect of any OIA requests. It should be noted that the Authority cannot guarantee confidentiality in respect of any specific submissions.