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.
UK government and industry leaders consider the steps they will need to take to generate rapid progress in achieving net-zero carbon objectives.
Former Airbus COO Tom Williams issued a blunt warning about the dangers facing the UK aerospace industry dealing with both Covid and Brexit.
UK industry group ADS says the government must match public spending by other countries' aerospace industries to deal with threats posed by Covid, Brexit.
The CEOs of Airbus and Leonardo worry of difficulties working with the UK aerospace sector if Britain doesn't reach a trade agreement with the EU.
New EASA cybersecurity standards include helicopters.
Senior industry leaders addressing the opening ceremony for the FIA Connect event indicated that the aerospace sector faces a long path to recovery.
Airlines that have not benefitted from government aid struggle to survive the pandemic.
An International Court of Justice Tuesday ruling that ICAO can hear Qatar’s case against four Arab neighbors emboldens Qatar Airways.
The Max’s July 10 operational suitability flight marked one of the last procedural hurdles the program must clear before the FAA lifts its grounding.
Over four days, the industry will gather around a program of 77 webinars addressing all aspects of aerospace and defense.