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.
Both sides are working feverishly on the ATC issue, but time is drawing short for completion of the reauthorization bills.
The NFL team was approved to contsruct its own helipad at its Florham Park training facility, just minutes away from New Jersey's Morristown Airport
The bill would provide $16.6 billion for FAA in Fiscal Year 2018 and includes numerous provisions of note to industry.
Forty years ago today, Rockwell Collins engineer David Van Dusseldorp successfully received and decoded a GPS signal for the first time ever.
The Maintenance Agreement Guidance (MAG) will allow the FAA to accept Singapore's monitoring of FAA-certified repair stations within its borders.
Committee provided $1.3 billion for aviation safety overall, which is $11.2 million above the FY2017 level and $51.7 million above the budget request.
Workshops to be held on CBAA’s safety and risk management systems, operational and regulatory hot topics and issues such as unconventional risk.
NATA hailed the decision as a victory and a step toward the issue surrounding the taxation of aircraft management fees.
The House could vote on the ATC measure in a matter of days.
Moves stem from what U.S. carrier calls continued breaches of Open Skies pacts