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.
Buunce fears that the growing list of responsibilities will spread the FAA to thin.
NBAA estimates that fewer than 100 operators in North America will be affected by the carbon dioxide cap rules.
The Canadian Border Services Agency reversed its position on the applicability of the Transporter Obligations Program mandate to charters.
The proposal includes an option to qualify for a commercial pilot license with helicopter category rating with 105 hours of training in rotorcraft.
The association said a bill to allow an increase foreign ownership in U.S. air carriers would represent a significant change for Part 135 carriers.
For bizav, agency will “evaluate the effectiveness of the newly introduced Part 6, subpart 4 of Canadian Aviation Regulations (CAR) Part 604.”
Move reflects the need to put more focus on supporting the implementation of recently adopted regulations.
Rep. Brat's bill would change the reduce the mandatory U.S. ownership requirement for U.S. air carrier from 75 percent to 51 percent.
The House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee is continued to push its ATC proposal, distributing the WSJ editorial.
This eliminates previous variability in closing the customs office prior to the TFR, while allowing enough time for Secret Service to do a security sweep.