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The FAA will extend the comment period for the Airport Safety Management System (SMS) Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM), which had been scheduled to end
Congress voted for a 17th time on December 18 to extend aviation programs, taxes and Airport and Airways Trust Fund spending authority through March 31
On December 17, President Obama signed the Tax Relief, Unemployment Insurance Reauthorization and Job Creation Act of 2010.
When Congress in 2003 signed off on the Century of Aviation Reauthorization Act–better known as Vision 100–it officially set in motion the Next Generation
In the aftermath of the FAA’s new rule requiring reregistration of aircraft every three years, news media reports that the FAA had “missing data” on as man
The Transportation Security Administration confirmed to general aviation organizations that a new proposal for GA security will not target small airports.
Not everyone agrees with the regional airlines’ assertion that they fly just as safely as their mainline counterparts.
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With the Republican victories last month, several prominent backers of general aviation have moved on.