Daytona Beach International Airport, Fla. FBO Lynch Corporate Services announced plans to build a business aviation "gated community" called World Jet Village, first at Daytona Beach and then at other locations. The project at Daytona is expected to include 94 medium to large hangars, 180 residences located within three high-rise towers and a conference center.
AINalerts » June 28, 2005
The National Air Transportation Association and NBAA have reacted swiftly to the FAA’s warning that the agency might withhold funding for the Aviation Safety Reporting System (ASRS) due to "budgetary shortfalls." In a June 16 letter to FAA associate administrator for aviation safety Nicholas Sabatini, the two trade groups said "the ASRS program is a tremendous safety benefit to all users of the aviation system.
The extended comment period on the FAA's proposed rules on cockpit voice (CVR) and flight data recorders (FDR) ends today. The original comment period was extended two months because by April 28 only 25 comments had been submitted. A check of the docket this morning shows that nearly 50 comments have been received to date.
According to a recent DOT report on significant rulemakings, the FAA is not expected to complete its work on a November 2003 proposal that would require all air-tour operators to be certified under Part 135 or 121. The original deadline for certification was to have been next January.
Five people were killed in the crash of a King Air E90 on June 23 and two people were hurt in the crash of a C90 on June 13. The pilot and the four passengers aboard the E90 (N62BL) died during an attempt to land at False River Regional Airport in New Roads, La., at about 7:20 p.m. The twin turboprop had departed from Jonesboro, Ark., about two hours earlier.