Regulations and Government Government
News about governmental decisions affecting aviation and aerospace.
Politics, not just money, shaped the deal for Kestrel Aircraft's move to Superior, Wis.
Unless a knotty labor problem that has gridlocked FAA reauthorization negotiations is resolved, another shutdown of the FAA is possible, the chairman of th
The FAA also declined comment on the expected DCIS contract value, but said the program is on track for a contract award next year. According to the DOT IG
On Tuesday, Robert Sumwalt was sworn in for his second five-year term as an NTSB board member.
A bill passed last week sayd the FAA/DOT must reinstate the aircraft tail-number blocking program it ended in August.
Although user fees were debated on Capitol Hill in the 2007 and 2008 time frame, NBAA president and CEO Ed Bolen says they never seem to go away and remain
The refurbishment of a government Airbus A330-200 (used mainly for the president) ran €33.2 million (about $46 million) over budget, according to a recent
DEA and FBI agents yesterday arrested 22 employees and former employees of Boeing’s Ridley Park, Pa.