A seaplane owner landed on Lake Hazeltine to view the Ryder Cup. In addition to being cited for violating city ordinance, the pilot was also reported to the FAA Flight Standards Service, which sets standards for certification and oversight of pilots.
Resolution of the policy issues involved in UK’s Serious Fraud Office case may set the future parameters for these big stakes sales battles.
The Wallaesa v. FAA decision is a good reason to reflect on the safety implications of passengers interfering with a crew member.
IATA lodged a complaint and DG-COMP is investigating alleged abuses of dominant OEM positions.
While some governmental involvement seems inevitable, if not advisable, regulators should expedite the global implementation of the VNV peer approach.
Operating without permits, makeshift landing zones and noise complaints? A temporary restraining order was issued against Uber, Blade, Airbus and Mountain West.
The threat of civil penalties – or – joint examination of data and simultaneous search for root causes?
Senator Schumer made the right moves with aviation’s laser pointer problem.