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.
Southeast Asia’s most populous country moved to temporarily suspend all flights to China earlier this month as efforts to contain the virus intensified.
Airlines in Asia-Pacific will experience a 13-percent loss of passenger demand for 2020, estimates IATA
Revisions to the FAA's AIM clarifies “approach category” and its application in determining the appropriate straight-in or circling minima on an approach.
The U.S. airframer asked Washington State lawmakers to rescind tax breaks to comply with WTO rules.
According to IATA, the coronavirus situation calls for a justified non-use of slots and airlines should not lose their grandfather rights.
Congress needs to do more to help address future workforce needs as the numbers remain daunting, House lawmakers agree.
Higher fees that recently went into effect for users of ATC services in Canada have been upheld by the Canadian Transportation Agency.
The EU and the UK call for a negotiated solution on the long-running dispute over subsidies to large aircraft programs.
The European Ombudsman asserts that the disclosure of the questions would jeopardize a proper assessment of pilots and ultimately passengers’ safety.
The Vertical Flight Society's workshop on urban air mobility infrastructure will feature FAA leaders, plus engineering, planning and architectural experts.