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.
Business aircraft operators should be more vocal when requesting slots at congested European airports, according to presenters yesterday at an information
EBAA here on Tuesday outlined its proposal for carbon offset pooling as an alternative means of compliance for the European Union emission trading scheme (
As Washington pundits predicted, the change from a Republican to a Democrat majority in the Senate and the shift in leadership from Sen.
An unknown <em>municipium</em> in the Roman days, the city of Bergamo, Italy, was sacked and set on fire in the early Middle Ages.
The FAA has denied a request by the Regional Airline Association and Air Transport Association to defer enforcement of its November interpretation of a lon
The European Commission’s director for air transport, Daniel Calleja, pledged more “proportionate” rules for business aviation in the future, acknowledging
During today’s EBACE opening session, European Commission director for air transport Daniel Calleja pledged more “proportionate” rules for business aviatio
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The Bell 412EP helicopter is now JAR-OPS 3 compliant after having completed an EASA joint operation evaluation board (JOEB) catch-up process, the U.S.-bas