Washington State aviation associations are proposing $40 aviation license plates. $12 would cover licensing fees and the remaining $28 would support aviation-specific initiatives such as airport infrastructure, economic development and statewide aviation awareness.
Two stories of how aviation can and should be aware of its broader positive “Think Globally, Act Locally” contributions. With that vision, these local actions have been supportive of airplanes and airports to these cities.
The FAA’s criteria in setting goals and choosing to support the Caribbean appear to ignore the potential economic value of this investment. The Caribbean may be a good #1 target; might not have Africa been better?
Every four years, TransLaw asks the presidential candidates for their positions on key transportation matters, not always fully covered in the main stream media. The Clinton and Trump Campaigns have provided us with the following statements.
The UK government issued a historic decision on a new runway for London’s Heathrow Airport, but similar to the US, this case suggests a crisis is needed to force NextGen support.
With the exception of a few issues, neither Clinton nor Trump has offered any position papers. Here’s what the major candidates have stated on aviation issues. Please take the time to be involved in the campaign(s) of whichever candidate(s) reflect your views.
Its list of the historic moments deserves mention, for they help focus the public’s attention to this major public utility and economic engine.
Airbus Americas and Embraer Executive Jets both recently announced their aircraft will now be manufactured in the US.