|The impact of the pandemic has been felt by all individuals and businesses worldwide, and the aviation industry is no exception.
As airlines, cargo operators, charter and fractional operators have attempted to overcome operational challenges and recover financially, the industry has also adapted to different ways of doing business, including emergency response.
Join Mark Dombroff and Morgan Campbell for a discussion on how the aviation industry has adjusted and a look to the future.
Join us on February 2-4, 2021
Our last major aviation industry event before the COVID-19 lockdown was the 2020 Aviation Symposium. As the country begins to reopen, it is likely that our first event will be the 2021 Aviation Symposium.
Impacted suddenly by unprecedented change and now on the road to recovery, the aviation industry has faced a monumental year in 2020.
For those of you who may have missed the live presentation of the latest Aviation Webinar Series, “Challenges on the Aviation Insurance Industry & Legal Considerations During and After the COVID-19 Pandemic,” you can view the entire presentation by clicking on the link below.
The webinar recording is available HERE
The slides are available for download HERE
Join Fox Rothschild’s Aviation Practice and the Aviation Emergency Response Organization (AERO) for a program on pressing issues facing the aviation insurance industry.
- The effects of COVID-19 on the aviation insurance industry
- Filing an extension for additional time to file your Form 10-Q, 10-K and certain other periodic reports
- Planning for a virtual aviation accident response
- Important legal considerations regarding COVID-19 issues
- Challenges to consider post-COVID-19
Pamela Pullen, Global Aviation Emergency Response Manager, UPS Airlines
Brian Glod, Managing Director, U.S.… Read More
On March 16, 2020, the White House declared a national emergency, retroactive to March 1, 2020. The resultant “shutdown” of our county has impacted every phase of life in America, with the aviation industry among the hardest hit.
It is not just private industry that is affected. Both the FAA and the NTSB are also under “stay at home” orders. What this means, at least relative to the NTSB, is that accidents which have occurred during this period of shutdown have generally not involved a field investigation. … Read More
On March 9, 2020, the Interim Investigation Report (“Report”) into the March 10, 2019, crash of Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302, a Boeing 737-8 (MAX) was issued. The Ethiopian Aircraft Accident Investigation Bureau’s (“Bureau”)138 page Report devotes approximately two pages to a description of the pilot’s/copilot’s experience, hours, etc., and one page to Ethiopian Airlines training program. There is virtually no analysis anywhere in the 138 pages of the crew’s performance. … Read More
Thank you for attending our Aviation Symposium Webinar Series: The Lessons of Ethiopian Airlines…So Far.… Read More
If you are in the aviation industry and operate internationally (airlines, charter operators), your product is used outside the United States, (OEMs, component manufacturers), or you have a presence outside the United States (MROs), you cannot afford to miss this webinar.… Read More