The FAA Reauthorization Act is starting to take shape, with welcome news coming out of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Subcommittee. According to a press release, they have produced aContinue Reading “It’s Only 773 Pages” . . . . House T&I Subcommittee Releases its Version of FAA Reauthorization
It’s that time again. Every five years, the Congress has to “reauthorize” the Federal Aviation Administration to keep it up and running. Congress uses this important event as an opportunity…Continue Reading Countdown to FAA Reauthorization
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We are fast approaching the date when unmanned aircraft flown in the United States will have to be equipped for remote identification. One of the few exceptions to this requirement…Continue Reading Drones and Remote Identification . . . Another Development
The FAA continues its slow march forward in dealing with 5G issues. Last week, the FAA released a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) to address helicopter radio altimeter interference issues.Continue Reading “5G . . . . The Next Chapter”
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In the wake of several high profile “close calls” and increased scrutiny from Congress, acting FAA Administrator Billy Nolen has issued a safety “call to action” memorandum for the FAA. …Continue Reading FAA: A Never-Ending Quest to Make the Safest System in the World Even Safer!
Late last week, the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas sided with the government and Boeing and refused to block the deal reached over charges of…Continue Reading ” . . . deadliest corporate crime . . . .” Strong Words from the Court on the Max, but No Action
Will the FAA’s NOTAM system disaster turn out to be a blessing in disguise for the Agency? If the FAA plays its cards right, the answer will be, “Yes.”
On…Continue Reading “NOTAM to Congress . . . Give the FAA the Money it Needs!!”