The Samoan Fa’a culture, which has been preserved for over 3,000 years from threats, might be adopted by the FAA during threats of budget and related proposals.Read More
Hawaii is considering legislation that would create a state agency to manage all airports. Whatever makes sense needs to be enacted now to make Hawai’i ready for this once-in-a-decade flow of airport funds.
Rep. Lo Biondo called a hearing on February 15 entitled “Building a 21st Century Infrastructure for America: State of American Aviation Manufacturing”. Hopefully Members heard the witnesses that Congress should give AIR support and set their work as a priority.
Take a look at the FAA’s press release on NextGen and a transcription of President Trump’s White House meeting with the aviation industry.
Donald Trump’s plan for his first 100 days in office included his “American Energy & Infrastructure Act,” which would “spur $1 trillion in infrastructure investment over 10 years.” The next 100 days hold the potential for great advantage and great harm to aviation infrastructure. This is a call for experienced professionals to proffer practical and realistic ideas.
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.
FAA’s Safety Mission Needs Staff Before New Space Role The Federal Aviation Administration offered to take on the task of informing commercial, civil and foreign satellite operators of possible on-orbit collisions, while leaving the Defense…
The life of an airport executive is most demanding. Here are 8 stories about transitions at this level that demonstrate the tension in these jobs.
NextGen is the future of the navigation system for air transportation. Congress and other critics have expressed some concerns about its value; some in industry are concerned about its costs/benefits as well as the delays…
3 changes in 5 years—what does that mean? The chair of the Nextgen Assistant Administrator seems unable to hold the talented people who have occupied it.