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.
Duncan said that nearly 11,000 U.S.-based turbine aircraft still need ADS-B, while the total number of all aircraft in the U.S. is around 74,000.
Calls on UK to start bilateral negotiations with EU immediately
Questions why U.S. and UK airport lists don’t match
Internal system modernization at CBP is speeding development of initiatives aimed at streamlining general aviation’s border inspection processes.
U.S. Part 91 twin turboprops and jets flown in Europe must now operate with a Minimum Equipment List (MEL) developed for that specific aircraft
Arrival and departure slots for business and general aviation operations being enacted at Toronto airport during runway rehabilitation project.
The plan involves efforts to improve efficiency, services and regulations in the Northeastern, Eastern, Northwest and Xinjiang regions.
EC calls for security coordination meeting in Brussels
Nine aviation associations in Europe have issued a joint statement backing the EU and reiterating its huge benefits for aviation.
FAA released an order outlining the procedures for the RCCB, which is designed to address long-held concerns about inconsistent regulatory interpretations.