A 50 page “toolkit” was issued by the US DoT, OIG soon after the election. The President-elect may not have much OIG experience or knowledge, but the aviation experts on his Transition Team do. That raises the obvious question: WHY?
The Trump Transition Team selected Shirley Ybarra to organize the appointments in the Transportation Department. Her abilities should result in some stellar selections.
Every four years, Washington’s lobbyists respond to the Presidential election. Here’s what the aviation associations have to say.
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.
What will Brexit do to US aviation? Observations on 4 major categories of possible impact: Commercial Aviation, Business Aviation, Aerospace and Europe.
The candidates are searching for ideas that will capture the imagination of the electorate. Here’s what you can/should do with that opportunity.