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.
U.S. aviation authorities react to Iranian missile strikes on Iraqi air bases.
China's EHang wants to conduct longer-term U.S. flight trials with its 216 eVTOL air taxi aircraft as it seeks to achieve type certification.
The U.S. manufacturer cites its “unstinting commitment” to the Max’s safe return to service as it changes its position on simulator requirements.
The program is "another tool" for AEA member repair shops to train their own avionics technicians.
The FAA is looking to implement a new offset RNAV approach to Teterboro Airport's Runway 19, to ease noise impact.
The FAA is planning flight restrictions and a reservation program in the South Florida area for Super Bowl LIV.
MNG Jet alleges that one of its employees acted alone in falsifying records to conceal that Carlos Ghosn used two of its jets to escape from Japan.
AOPA found faults with a congressional report on FBO pricing from the Government Accountability Office.
Turkish police are investigating the apparent use of a private jet to help indicted former auto executive Carlos Ghosn to escape from Japan to Lebanon.
Congress renewed a biodiesel tax credit through 2022, a move that business aviation organizations said would be critical to expansion of SAF use.