Air America, a commercial airline created in 1950, has a war record of high caliber as a CIA proprietary airline.
These IATA Annual General Meeting slides should confirm that the US is headed in the right direction and may well be ahead of the rest of the world.
The Office of Inspector General issued a report suggesting the FAA may have diminished its attention to Suspected Unapproved Parts (SUPs). Private industry should take a hard look at the report and not rely on the FAA to find SUPs.
President Trump is calling for the separation of Air Traffic Control (ATC) from the FAA. This is the beginning of a legislative marathon.
Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt and Bahrain have cut diplomatic ties with Qatar and announced a land, sea and airspace blockade over terrorism support claims.
Secretary Chao announced $527.8M in airport infrastructure grants to 584 airports six months earlier than Secretary Foxx’s, which sounds intentionally timed.
The Cleveland Airport snow case poses many duplicative powers created by the agreement between the FAA Administrator and OSHA. The overlap of authority were guarantees of future issues.
The FAA proposed a $435,000 civil penalty against United Airlines, but there is a lack of transparency on whether the FAA will use enforcement or compliance.
Honolulu International Airport will be renamed after Senator Daniel K. Inouye, whose accomplishments should inspire generations to come.
The FAA issued an Airworthiness Directive (AD) for certain Zodiac seating systems that may cause serious injury during forward impacts and may well set precedents in aircraft certification.