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15.—(1) Where the CAA is required by any of these Regulations to comply with the prescribed consultation requirements, the CAA must consult—
(a)the trustees of the Air Travel Trust;
(b)licence holders; and
(c)persons appearing to the CAA to represent licence holders.
(2) If, during the 12 months prior to the day upon which any of these Regulations comes into force, any consultation was undertaken which, had it been undertaken after that day, would to any extent have satisfied the requirements set out in paragraph (1), those requirements are to that extent to be taken to have been satisfied.
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