NBAA Activates Emergency Response Database “After Hurricane Dorian pummeled the Bahamas and threatens the East Coast of the U.S., NBAA has activated its Humanitarian Emergency Response Operator (HERO) program. It consists of a database of business…Read More
Paved with good intentions: Why many companies’ flight operations are illegal and uninsured details matter in operation of your business plane insurance, IRS, FAA and financing terms The confluence of the FARs, the IRS code…
“Air Claire” McCaskill Asked FAA to Block Private Plane Data From Public Aviation and politics, more precisely the reporting thereof, can be highly nuanced. What is said, or what appears to be said, is…
Signature Flight Support Corporation filed a Part 13 Complaint against John Wayne Airport (SNA). The dollars to be dedicated to this SNA FBO award contest could well have been avoided at several points in the management of SNA.
For 70 years, NBAA has both listened and responded to safety concerns identified by FAA staffers. NBAA epitomizes such leverage and gives great value to its members.
Never has so much been written for so long (40 years), and with such anger as the battle over the closure Santa Monica’s airport. With a new air carrier offering service from SMO, and others advocating ignoring the FAA’s Cease and Desist Order, there is no end in sight.
The new Chairman and President of the Aerospace Industries of America, David Melcher, expressed “concerns” about ATC privatization. It will be interesting to see if the AIA comments impact this debate.
Cato Institute’s arguments saying the FAA is deterring innovation in aviation, the Uber in the sky, are worthy of analysis.