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.
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.
A U.S. House appropriations bill has provisions that would benefit business aviation.
The Federal Aviation Administration moves to bar Pakistani carriers from flying into the U.S.
Morphing existing helicopter VFR corridors into dedicated urban air mobility routes is among the challenges identified by critics of ConOps 1.0.
The EU called the FAA's supersonic NPRM premature, while many manufacturers endorsed its data-driven approach.
Chinese authorities are working to streamline CCAR-129 approvals as operators trigger requirements through humanitarian missions.
Industry groups say the electronic Pilot Records Database NPRM leaves many questions unanswered and its extension to corporate operators is unjustified.
European Union trade commissioner Phil Hogan accused the U.S. of rejecting the EU's attempts to finally settle their dispute over aerospace subsidies.
A new process that provides a renewable fuel component earlier in the fuel refining procedure has been approved by ASTM, the governing body on fuel safety.