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.
Full aircraft emissions scheme will then be considered by all 191 ICAO member states at the UN aviation agency’s 39th Assembly in late September.
The arsenal plane is one of the R&D efforts being pursued by the Pentagon's Strategic Capabilities Office, said Defense Secretary Ash Carter.
More than 6,000 business aircraft based in Europe will need to meet higher safety standards effective August 25, 2016.
Battle lines continue to be drawn as House prepares to introduce FAA reauthorization proposal shortly.
Bolen fears ATC privatization would cede control of airspace and airport access to the airlines, limiting business aviation's access.
A new rule makes another round of changes in travel restrictions to Cuba, including permitting certain transactions for aircraft crews.
The association is concerned about challenges that might result from potential ATC organization changes.
New York Mayor Bill de Balsio expected to release a ruling shortly curbing either hours of operations or number of tours permitted.
DOT IG releases the latest of a series reports critical of the FAA's ATC practices, saying past reforms are not producing results.
"Big airlines” are pushing for a privatized U.S. ATC system so they can “take control of ATC for their economic benefit,” NBAA chief Ed Bolen said.