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News about governmental decisions affecting aviation and aerospace.
The Australian Maritime Safety Authority chose Cobham SAR Services to provide airborne search and rescue services beginning in 2016.
The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration says it has no choice but to cut the services it provides or raise more money over the next decade.
A roundup of the regulations entering force in the next six months, twelve months and beyond.
Rules taking effect this year and beyond.
Company claims infighting is intensifying a campaign being waged by certain members to thwart the planned FBO.
Personal general aviation flights continue to account for the majority of aviation accidents.
2012 FAA reauthorization bill gave the agency the authority to set up a loan-guarantee program for mandated avionics upgrades.
Ban does not apply to U.S.-registered aircraft operated by foreign carriers.
Recommendations are based on NTSB accident investigations involving aircraft encountering weather conditions.
The EEOC sued ExxonMobil, alleging that the company discriminated against pilots when it forced them to retire at age 60.