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.
A Texas federal judge has ruled that Boeing must appear in court on January 26 for arraignment on criminal charges over two fatal 737 Max accidents.
Lufthansa has eyed participation in ITA and its predecessor Alitalia for years, and now appears to stand as the only interested party in the flag carrier.
Cleveland has begun economic and land use studies to determine the impact of closing the 76-year-old Burke Lakefront Airport.
While industry is embracing the release of the proposal expanding SMS to Part 135, air tours, and manufacture, it is weighing effects on small operators.
After the notam system failure, Schumer is calling for movement on the Washington nomination for FAA administrator as opposition ratchets up.
Marking the fourth anniversary of Emiliano Sala's death in an illegally chartered flight crash, the ACA will hold its second-annual Fly Legal Day.
Under a recently-passed measure, Part 91K and 135 operators now have the option of establishing a 70-year-old age ceiling for pilots.
Privacy for business aircraft users is important, but far from guaranteed.
IT personnel failed to follow procedure while working on the computer system that generates Notams, according to the FAA.
Investigations into the latest air transport system meltdown in the U.S. begin as traffic flows return to normal after a software glitch grounds flights.