Implementation starts within 12 days of the meeting. Thoughtful, well-crafted submissions and perseverance are more likely to get to a win/win solution.
Two ways technology minimizes the potential for bird strikes and improves the detection of aircraft icing.
On a national basis, with the proper leadership and based on independent proposals, a final noise solution may be a win/win.
Gem State Processing of Burley, ID plans to build taller exhaust stacks, but FAA requires a Part 77 because the future of a nearby airport is unclear.
Three interesting and instructive recent articles about aviation history.
FAA issued a fatigue management advisory circular that all may comment on. It will, however, be interesting to see how advisory it really is.
The Balakrishnan/ Simaiakis D(t)/Ek(t)/1 algorithm provides recommendations to hold aircraft at the gates instead of creating a traffic jam.
IG report concludes the FAA enhances its pilot monitoring and manual flying skills. A better conclusion would have been that SMS should be used.