Regulations and Government
News about bills, laws, regulations and other governmental decisions affecting aviation and aerospace. Topics include FAA re-authorizations, taxes on fuel and aviation activities, environmental legislation, ICAO decisions, governmental mediation of labor conflicts and World Trade Organization disputes and decisions.
Only multi-engine, turbine-powered commercial aircraft flown by two pilots and carrying six or more passengers must have a cockpit voice recorder.
real-time curtailment feature allows operators to comply with the guidelines in FAA Advisory Circular 120-27E.
CBAA said that its Subpart 703 on-demand air-taxi members will be “severely” affected by Transport Canada’s impending proposed flight and duty time rules.
Conference will be held on the eve of the NBAA Convention on October 30 and 31 in Orlando, Florida.
Aircraft delivery numbers and GDP stats provide inconclusive proof of whether bizav fares better under Democratic or Republican administrations.
Senate control is up for grabs and key lawmakers are at risk for losing their seats.
In an 'historic and momentous' action, the ICAO Assembly meeting in Montreal adopted a global market-based measures scheme to reduce emissions.
Proposal would increase the required landing distances for turbine business airplanes by allowing these aircraft to use a landing factor of 80 percent.
The U.S. FAA has confirmed that an ARSA form (E100) would be acceptable for the U.S./EU Maintenance Annex Guidance Changes 5 and 6.
The European TCO regulation requires applicants to have an approved safety management system.