New developments at airports including regulations and noise issues; legal disputes; openings, acquisitions and mergers.
The FAA is facing questions about its proposed Airport Improvement Program (AIP) redistribution and its possible effect on the needs of small airports.
The FAA said its notice to tower controllers to review the taxi into position and hold (TIPH) procedure is not intended to end the practice, as the Nationa
Lou Pepper, president of Atlantic Aviation, today told <b>AIN</b> he was “saddened and disheartened” by the lack of news about how the Atlantic FBO at New
In its announcement last week that more ESCO Engineered Materials Arresting System (EMAS) beds have been authorized for installation at Kennedy, Newark and
Since the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) revised spill prevention, control and countermeasures (SPCC) regulations in 2002, regional inspectors have
One year ago this month the FAA said it would take legal action against the city of Chicago because officials failed to notify the agency 30 days before cl
NTSB acting chairman Mark Rosenker said the FAA’s airport movement area safety system (AMASS) is not adequate to prevent serious runway collisions.
In a letter to all 535 members of Congress, National Air Transportation Association (NATA) president James Coyne highlighted what he calls “costly and ill-
Hamlin Jet has joined with Northern Executive Aviation (NEA) of Manchester, UK, to open a satellite service center at London Luton Airport (EGGW).
The House Appropriations Committee included language in the Department of Homeland Security fiscal year 2005 budget that requires Secretary Tom Ridge, in c