Regulations Regulations and Government
News about bills, laws and regulations affecting aviation and aerospace.
The FAA last month announced a proposed rule that would require all U.S.
A six-year-old Australian law that requires international operators of jet aircraft exceeding 12,500 pounds mtow to have a Transport Security Program (TS
While the FAA has filed a “difference” explaining that it does not have a formal safety management system (SMS) rule for aircraft operators, despite the
With the comment period on a notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM) on flight-, duty- and rest-time requirements for Part 121 flight crews closing on Novembe
Recent pilot reports have suggested that French civil aviation authorities are requiring foreign operators to demonstrate that they have a safety manageme
Last month, after years of prodding from the NTSB and extensive consultation with the industry, the FAA issued its much anticipated notice of proposed rule
This morning the FAA announced its long-awaited <link http://www.faa.gov/regulations_policies/rulemaking/recently_published/media/2120_AJ53_NPRM.pdf _blank
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is said to be close to responding to an FAA request that it withdraw a June notice that seeks to impose a total
The NTSB has clarified its runway incursion reporting rule when it comes to helicopters.
The FAA’s Draft Advisory Circular 20-147A released last month provides new guidance to aircraft manufacturers on compliance with regulations covering eng