In a case of first impression, the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit has greatly strengthened the NTSB’s ability to avoid disclosing communications between the NTSB and parties to an accident investigation.
Before discussing the case, it is important to understand the purpose of NTSB investigations and…Continue Reading “No FOIA Disclosure!” — Fifth Circuit Hands a Victory to Parties to NTSB Investigations.
In Case You Missed Our Live Webinar – No Vaccine? . . . No Job? Everything Business & Private Aviation Operators Need to Know About COVID-19
We would like to thank everyone who was able to join us for the live…Continue Reading In Case You Missed Our Live Webinar – No Vaccine? . . . No Job? Everything Business & Private Aviation Operators Need to Know About COVID-19
Now that the UAS flight over people and remote ID rules are in effect, the…Continue Reading NTSB . . . Changing the Scope of UAS Investigations
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There can be little doubt that the FAA is no longer going to tolerate the disruptions caused by drunken and unruly passengers. Yesterday, the FAA announced large civil penalties against…Continue Reading The FAA Cracks Down: Masks, Alcohol & Disruptive Passengers
As we originally reported back in 2019, the FAA has been working on a new set of rules defining an air carrier’s responsibilities to its passengers in the event…Continue Reading DOT Issues New Tarmac Delay Rules . . . ”It Pays to be on Time!”
As we reported last month, the FAA is finally taking strong enforcement action against unruly passengers who disrupt air travel. Today, the FAA announced three new cases involving stiff penalties…Continue Reading FAA Cracks Down on Disruptive Passengers . . . Finally!!
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While last year ended with sighs of relief and the commonly expressed sentiment that “at least 2020 is finally over,” new challenges…Continue Reading 2021: A Year of Change in Global Aviation – FREE WEBINAR
The new unmanned aircraft rules regarding remote identification and flight over persons are finally in effect, as of April 21, 2021. The final versions of these rules were released by…Continue Reading At Long Last….New UAS Rules are Effective!!
In a new decision, the Michigan Court of Appeals has held that when it comes to privacy and aerial surveillance, a landowner has a greatly enhanced expectation of privacy when…Continue Reading Drone Operators Beware….Michigan Appellate Court Opines on Privacy
The United States Supreme Court handed down a decision yesterday that expands the reach of state courts over companies involved in interstate commerce. While the decision, Ford Motor Co. v.Continue Reading The Supreme Court Expands the Jurisdictional Reach of the Courts: Implications for Aviation?
On January 21, 2021, President Biden signed an Executive Order on Promoting COVID-19 Safety in Domestic and International Travel, which mandated mask wearing on all commercial aircraft. In addition…Continue Reading FAA Says “Mask Up or Pay Up!”
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