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.
Perhaps she didn’t know what crowd she was addressing, but Transportation Secretary Mary Peters voiced disapproval of the recently passed House FAA reautho
General aviation late last week won a major battle, but not yet the entire war, against user fees.
The House of Representatives this afternoon approved an FAA reauthorization bill that raises the tax on jet-A from 21.8 to 35.9 cents a gallon and the tax
Aviation by far has the highest number of outstanding safety deficiencies of any form of transportation in the U.S., according to the NTSB, which authors a
The Danish government is preparing to impose a 25-percent VAT sales tax on imported aircraft to close a loophole that has allowed owners to bypass taxes du
The House Ways and Means Committee today passed H.R.3539, a tax code modification companion bill to H.R.2881, the House FAA reauthorization legislation.
Aviation alphabet groups are busy deciphering the legal jargon in the 55-page <link http://www.ainalerts.com/ainalerts/alerts/070911eAPIS_NPRM_091107.pdf _
The NTSB today issued several recommendations to the FAA regarding the Cessna Citation 525's trim system.
The FAA has issued two new final rule amendments covering FAR Part 33 turbine engine certification standards.
Government officials continue to shine a spotlight on general aviation security.