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“We are disappointed that the Administration continues to reintroduce a failed proposal," the six associations said.
With the addition of unpaved runways, the PC-24 will be able to access almost twice as many airports worldwide compared to other jets.
The proposal to privatize the U.S. air traffic control system included language that could have raised costs for pilots significantly.
Ensuring a healthy industry for the future is among the association's concerns.
Ligado now claims it has limited GPS signal disruptions to within a 500-foot diameter around transmission towers.
The proposed amendments reflect the state of the art in technology and are expected improve the harmonization of CS-25 with FAA’s Part 25.
New and modified routes would also connect to Caribbean air traffic service routes to provide efficient direct routings to/from Caribbean locations.
The timing of the implementation of the fees is unclear after city and airport officials agreed to examine the fees.
Association seeks specifics and interpretations on new bonus depreciation and entertainment and commuting expense measures.
Principals from several operators in the Bahamas and Caribbean and the government ministries they interact with have agreed to form the alliance.