Hopefully, airlines will not set their goals to just meet these rules. It would seem fair and right to approach the needs of ADA customers with the highest level of care.Read More
Cato Institute’s arguments saying the FAA is deterring innovation in aviation, the Uber in the sky, are worthy of analysis.
Andrea Castillo, program manager at the Mercatus Center, wrote a scholarly journal concluding the FAA is blocking supersonic travel. It is well researched and convincing, but deficient after critical analysis.
Mary Kirby, Editor/Publisher of Runway Girl Network, wrote an article which points to an answer to the projected shortage of airline pilots and mechanics.
Goglia’s persistent safety efforts appear to have convinced United Airlines to review what child restraints are permissible on board.
FAA’s language of the new Philosophy; cooperation and compliance, not the ticket-writing jargon of the past.
“Endangerment finding” concludes that pollution produced by airplanes endangers human health by contributing to climate change, something EVERY aviation professional should be aware.
Oshkosh is a function of history, leadership and tremendous aerial shows, but behind all of that flash is the substance of aviation safety.
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Congress streamlined the air traffic controller hiring process by allowing experienced controllers, veterans and FAA CTI graduates to be hired quickly.
Three lessons the FAA might gain by this automobile accident.
No one is saying the sky is falling, but it is naive to believe that all of the Member Countries were unanimously enthused about the increase in the powers in Cologne and the diminution of the local powers.
Jennifer Solomon was appointed to lead FAA’s efforts to foster the safety and capacity of the global aerospace system in an environmentally sound manner.
Proposed changes need to maintain an acceptable level of safety. Of the changes proposed in this SNPRM, there are many good, several bad, and two ugly changes.
A fairly straightforward accident. An engine failure, no injuries, in the middle of a cornfield—hardly the factors calling for an FAA investigation.