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.
In March, as the UK prepared to start the process to leave the European Union, the BBGA held its annual conference near London Luton Airport.
African bizav association is preparing its next major event at Lanseria near Johannesburg as it focuses on gathering data on key markets.
Commerce Department vows to “stand up” for American companies
Recommends several measures as an alternative to forcing passengers to check their personal electronic devices on flights from Europe to U.S.
The DOD position was shared during a hearing on the the need to reform the nation's air traffic control system.
Milestone reached on the same day FAA clears Max program to return to full range of flight activities
“We are working with the FAA, ICAO and EASA to find a way forward,” said NBAA vice president of regulatory and international affairs Doug Carr.
Two recent rulings could spell trouble for OEMs by allowing states to dictate design safety parameters.
Proposal would also ensure that the design of large airplanes provides an “adequate longitudinal controllability and authority during go-arounds."
The five-blade Hartzell composite propeller is now being offered as a Piper factory option for 2017 on new M600s.