The U.S. Court of Appeals denied an FAA rulemaking petition on airline seating standards. Both parties may benefit from a highly qualified General Counsel nominee, Steven Bradbury.
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.
Goglia’s persistent safety efforts appear to have convinced United Airlines to review what child restraints are permissible on board.
An academic paper says removing First Class seating as the best method to stop air rage. In an effort to be fair, here is a presentation of this rationale.
The effects of FAA Reauthorization legislation including regulation on commercial aircraft seat sizes.
John Goglia, former NTSB member, and the FAA give advice for safely taking children and infants on airlines.
The Advisory Committee for Aviation Consumer Protection is reviewing airline seats. The press on this initiative cites both comfort considerations and safety concerns. The recommendations of the panel are not binding. If ACACP issues a…