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.
Pilots can now visually observe weather in the Colorado Rockies from 52 new aviation weather cameras installed on a network of 13 mountain AWOS sites.
The NBAA and AOPA leaders highlight the challenges of the FAA's electronic Pilot Records Database proposal.
DOT IG says the FAA's en route automation modernization system lacks adequate security controls to prevent instances of system crashes.
London-based Virgin Atlantic hopes creditors will approve its restructuring and recapitalization plan on August 25 as its cash reserves are dissipating.
NBAA, RAA, NATA, and RAA say restrictions placed on CARES Act aviation loans are preventing their members from accessing the relief funds.
Bluetail’s latest version of its business aircraft record digitization platform enhances aircraft records management functions.
With many ground service providers seeing cutbacks in service resulting from Covid, EASA has issued recommendations to airports to ensure safety.
There were no fatal accidents involving European aircraft operators in 2019, but higher than average nonfatal accidents and serious incidents.
There were no fatal accidents involving EASA-member-state-registered, non-commercial complex (NCC) business airplanes last year, according to a study.
The FAA's move to approve a new extension on existing crew training and checking will help charter pilots and operations.