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.
First-quarter earnings show the impact of the Max grounding on Boeing but company plans to issue new 2019 guidance when impact is clearer.
FAA expands proposed amendments to regulations governing the curriculum and operations of certificated aviation maintenance technician schools.
EASA Emergency AD for Cessna CJs with Tamarack winglets requires deactivating the active load-alleviating system before continued flight.
The April 11 summit was the second such event the FAA and industry organizations staged to highlight concerns surrounding illegal charter.
Creating greater operating efficiency for Chinese business aircraft operators is the main aim at present for BBAA.
Nine aviation groups have expressed their “strong opposition” to a proposed FAA study aimed at assessing drug use among pilots.
Hong Kong-based Phenix Jet says it is the only operator in Asia with three G650s that can be chartered.
Access to airports and airspace remain significant hurdles for the industry.
Called "AsBAA Takes Off 2019", the new event's aim is to promote business aviation to the local community.
A federal judge denied Boston Executive Helicopters' motion to reschedule a trial against a city, but will hear arguments over an out-of-court settlement.