Regulations and Government
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The U.S. Senate passed the measure on June 14 as part of the National Defense Authorization Act.
Flight Standards Director John Duncan outlines to attendees of NATA's annual Aviation Business Conference efforts to become more consistent.
Offering to institutional investors was also priced at €950 per share via a zero coupon bond due in 2021.
More than a dozen aviation groups warned U.S. House leaders that short-term extensions hinders the FAA and creates uncertainty.
Navy declines to cite reasons; Embraer says “ongoing normal operation” of Phenom 300 unaffected by GPS signal loss.
Mandatory slot program in effect from June 10 to July 10 at designated airports throughout France to handle increase in private aircraft coming to games.
Phenom 300s advised to avoid testing area due to effect on geo-dependent stability systems.
GAMA's Bunce urges House to take up Senate bill.
Auto detailing companies cannot ensure compliance with related maintenance-related procedures, says FAA.
New standards are contained in a recently updated guidance document intended for EASA ramp inspectors.