Thank you to those of you who joined us today for our ongoing Aviation Webinar Series, with this edition focusing on the Safety Act. Continue Reading Thank You for Attending Our Safety Act Webinar
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. Continue Reading Aviation Symposium Webinar Series: The Lessons of Ethiopian Airlines…So Far
The FAA is continuing its focus on the safety of Part 135 operations. The FAA has announced that one of the most successful safety initiatives, the Aviation Safety Action Program (“ASAP”), will be streamlined and fully extended to cover Part 135 operators. Continue Reading FAA – ASAP Takes a Giant Step Forward
In issuing its 2019-2020 Most Wanted List of Transportation Safety Improvements last month and in holding a recent public meeting, the National Transportation Safety Board has renewed its efforts in identifying safety gaps in Part 135 [Code of Federal Regulations, title 14, Part 135] aviation operations and recommending actions that the Federal Aviation Administration and Part 135 operators to eliminate preventable crashes. Continue Reading The Feds Turn the Spotlight On Part 135 Operators
UAS operators will be facing greater oversight and inspections from local Flight Standards District Offices (FSDO) under a new National Policy recently issued by the FAA. The document requires all FSDOs to immediately update their 2019 National Work Program Guidelines to include new Required Surveillance Work Activities. Continue Reading UAS: The FAA Tightens the Screws
Thank you for attending today’s webinar, “Pipelines & NTSB Investigations: Up Close & Personnel.” We appreciate your continued support! Continue Reading Thank You for Attending Our Pipelines & NTSB Investigations Webinar
Last month, we passed yet another milestone in aviation history, the 88th anniversary of the first attempted hijacking of a passenger aircraft. On February 12, 1931, a group of armed revolutionaries in Peru attempted to seize a Ford tri-motor by force, resulting in a 10 day stand-off. The crisis was ultimately resolved when the revolutionaries learned there had been a successful coup against the government, and the plane was no longer needed. Continue Reading The SAFETY Act As A Tool To Manage Risk: A Question And Answer Session On What It Is, And How To Take Advantage Of It!
Thank you for attending “Why 2019 May Be The Year of The Drone” yesterday, part of our Aviation Webinar Series. We appreciate your continued support!
The FAA has been tasked with safely integrating unmanned aircraft into the national airspace system. To fulfill this mandate, the FAA adopted a “phased, incremental, and risk-based approach to rulemaking.” In order for this approach to work, however, the nature of the risk must be known in an exact and quantifiable way. While this approach provides the most flexibility, it also results in a long and drawn out rulemaking process. Continue Reading FAA Rulemaking on UAS: Slow, Steady and Risky
Our webinar scheduled for tomorrow, “Current Developments in UAS Regulation: Why 2019 May Be the Year of the Drone,” has been rescheduled to Feb. 27 due to the forecast for inclement weather in the Mid-Atlantic. Continue Reading Drone Webinar Rescheduled to 2/27