Regulations and Government Regulations
News about bills, laws and regulations affecting aviation and aerospace.
<i>This month marks the six-year anniversary of one of the most infamous accidents in the history of business aviation–the crash of a chartered Challenger
An article in <i>The Atlantic</i> magazine alleging that general aviation security is lax to nonexistent prompted an outcry from GA organizations last mont
<b></b>At the request of the FAA, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) on January 11 rescinded its rule prohibiting the “certification, manufacture,
<b></b>The FAA finalized a rule that requires Part 135 operators to train pilots and flight attendants in crew resource management (CRM), finally respondin
ATR last month reported a firm order tally for 80 new turboprops last year, double the number it accumulated in 2009, and collected revenues totaling $1.35
Last month key industry players expressed strong concerns about proposed FAA rule changes for helicopter operations, particular those governing emergency m
Revised rules for flight, duty and rest times for Part 121 flight crews are still several months away, according to the FAA.
The Court of Appeals of Quebec on January 11 summarily dismissed appeals by the state of Iraq and Iraqi Airways in the 20-year-old legal case brought by Ku
The road to ADS-B may well be paved with good intentions, but for operators of smaller aircraft there could be some serious financial potholes ahead.
The FAA has issued a Notice of Proposed Policy intended to clarify the definition of “actively engaged” for purposes of issuing and renewing the A&P