Regulations and Government Regulations
News about bills, laws and regulations affecting aviation and aerospace.
The UK business aviation lobby has launched a vigorous campaign to convince the British government that its <a href="http://www.ainonline.com/news/single-n
The fallout from what began with a single air traffic <a href="http://www.jetwhine.com/2011/04/faa-controllers-need-to-wake-up/">controller falling asleep
Aircraft operators assigned to the UK for compliance with the European Union’s emissions trading scheme (ETS) are already facing additional costs, even bef
<b><i>by Ian Goold</i></b>
General aviation (GA) pilots have just 12 months to obtain new European licenses to enable them to fly European Aviation Safety
When it comes to love/hate relationships, Congressman John Mica seems to have a hate/hate relationship with the Transportation Security Administration.
by <b><i>Paul Lowe</i></b>
RAA senior vice president for government affairs Faye Malarkey Black concedes she might have let some Washington cynicism and we
Britain’s coalition government–composed of an exotic combination of Conservatives and Liberal Democrats–is at war with itself in more ways than one.
The FAA <a href="http://www.cfmediaview.com/lp1.aspx?v=8_51205682_938_12">withdrew</a> an advance notice of proposed rulemaking (ANPRM), released in July 2
<b><i>by Gregory Polek</i></b>
In an all-too-predictable development, members of Congress have launched their annual attack on the Essential Air Service (E
A trio of California congressmen have drafted legislation they hope will allow Bob Hope Burbank Airport and Van Nuys Airport to adopt operations curfews.