An imaginary conversation between the Administrator and the Chairman of the Transportation & Infrastructure Committee will serve as a vehicle to illustrate the impact of some of his key statements. The context of the conversation is the Chairman’s consideration of a new FAA Reauthorization Act of 2017.
In light of all the predicates in support of US assistance to foreign CAAs, why hasn’t DoT, FAA and USTDA initiated programs to meet these aviation needs?
The Part 107 Final Rule, issued June 21, responds in detail to the thousands of comments filed in the docket, but very few alterations were made.
FAA Administrator Huerta traveled 9,664 miles to sign a “milestone” Maintenance Implementation Procedures agreement with Director-General of CAAS, Kevin Shum.
At the 11th commencement at the University of California, Merced, Bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degree candidates will hear words of wisdom from FAA Administrator Michael Huerta.
The FAA’s primary mission is aviation safety, but the totality of the Administrator’s responsibilities suggests much more.
Global aviation outreach makes immense sense, but should such a trip be high on the Administrator’s busy schedule?
Does this “trend” constitute a “failure” of the new compliance philosophy?