The FAA and Industry Guide to Product Certification has been issued. Aviation associations praise the FAA, but Congress seeks further reduction of the FAA.Read More
The FAA issued the much anticipated Final Rule on December 16 with much fanfare and considerable industry praise, but why did it take so long?
Cirrus Vision Jet, the world’s first single engine Personal Jet, with new levels of safety, has been certificated by the FAA. How much more quickly would these advances have been available IF the new Part 23 had not been delayed?
For existing and prospective Part 125 operators, it would be worthwhile to voluntarily implement SMS, though not required yet by 14 CFR Part 5, it establishes the best means of reducing the risks to your high profile passengers and your aircraft. From multiple perspectives, SMS is cost beneficial to your Part 125.
A day before the FAA moved its Final Rule off its plate, Terrafugia cleared one significant regulatory hurdle on its way to filling the skies with cars.
Considering preventative measures now is a better approach to successful growth. Negative consequences can quickly can impact an industry.
The FAA granted Jet Aviation at Moscow Vnukovo Airport the authority to provide maintenance, repairs, modifications, inspections and defect rectifications.
Sixteen years of hard restoration work by aviation professionals, and many hours of certifying and unique compliance guidance by the FAA made the B-29 Doc airworthy again!
Most of the submissions were technical in tone and affirmative in posture toward the new Part 23. Three of the responses are particularly noteworthy.
A day before a FAA public hearing on a Part 23 NPRM, a GA industry coalition letter strongly urged the agency to issue the final rule by the end of 2016.