The FAA’s Regulatory Consistency Communication Board (RCCB) will provide clarification on the application of regulations. Will the 7,000 who apply the FARs follow its directives?
The Santa Monica Airport has been one of the most difficult airport policy battles for almost 40 years. What the proposed agreement really means and whether the Trump Administration intends to let it stand will not only be a landmark airport decision, but it may influence FAA policy direction for years.
In 1996, the FAA was called the tombstone agency. After FAA’s proactive safety initiatives, 2012 was the safest year in aviation history and every year since.
Explains the FAA’s constraints, requirements, procedures, mission, expectation, scope and history, in order to help people with their ability to understand and advocate more effectively.
2015 is coming to an end… Time to review the FAA’s Regulatory Agenda!
Taking the time to do it right is a far better mantra for the UAS Registration Task Force.
Delay of this NPRM is not good for US manufacturers, the FAA and its employees.
Darryl Jenkins’ Aviation Law Conference presentation on how to create an orderly market with incentives to invest when the regulatory time frame is measured in decades.