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.
European country is not part of the EU but scheme will fill gap in EU-ETS region.
The shortening project will curtail business jet traffic by “an estimated 44 percent and reduce large jet noise and air pollution," the city claimed.
The extension is widely supported by business and general aviation leaders who sought continuity in FAA programs.
New EBAA event concluded this week with double the delegates and a much-boosted program.
Landsberg would fill the final slot on the board, providing the NTSB with a full complement of five members.
AIA's Melcher cites Ex-Im estimates that more than $30 billion dollars of U.S. export sales are unable to be completed without a board quorum.
YA number requirement is “extraneous” and no Western country requires it, according to India’s Business Aircraft Operators Association.
During speech at Aero Club of Washington, the JetBlue CEO sides with Persian Gulf airlines
OK3 Air, the lone provider at Utah's Heber City Municipal Airport, disputes AOPA's view of what constitutes "reasonable."
While many aircraft owners have yet to upgrade to ADS-B in the face of the looming FAA mandate, the big question is, will they?