Insight into stories about two airports and the FAA’s problem with them—one on “unjust discrimination” and the second on safety.
Safety, Certification and Compliance
What should be done to cure WN’s bad habits and/or to improve the soured communications between these two critical links in the aviation safety process?
Here’s a list of FIVE not so easy pieces which ought to be considered in writing the Schumer geofencing provision.
The media has made it abundantly clear that drones are posing a threat to public safety. It is important that the industry, particularly the associations, supports a hardline approach to violations. Mixed messages will not help.
The FAA responded to reporter Patrick McKay’s FOIA request about 237 UAS enforcement cases. Here’s what they tell the FAA and users.
The onus remains on the FAA to take action by making new FAA UAS regulations effective immediately and enforcing them in a high profiles cases to bring their message to the UAS operators, will help address the problem.
Is this education first approach the right way to go with a segment of aviation which does not exhibit much compliance disposition? Or might a more balanced approach assure that the bad drone pilots do not damage the public’s support of this new industry.
It is not common for the Administrator to issue a National Policy on Compliance. Why did he do it and what is its significance?