FAA ‘s Q&As on FBO–good guidance No Real Answers Economic Solution Almost Impossible The aviation industry, mostly the airline segment, has been deregulated for almost 40 years. However, competition, as a force, tends to…
AOPA filed a Part 13 informal complaint against 3 airports alleging that the sponsors have failed to “guard against potential monopolistic behavior.” Can/should the FAA make legal determinations?
AOPA annually issues a safety record of General Aviation. In this age which relies heavily on numbers to reduce risks, this is an incredibly valuable resource.
Which entities are most culpable in the deaths of these two accidents? Perhaps NTSB is pressured not to declare accidents as having medical causes, when in fact, these accidents were definitively medically caused.
AOPA might actually agree with A4A on fuel pricing and FBO fees. Maybe they can work together to find a solution.
AOPA’s SVP Jim Coon criticizes NTSB’s approach to GA accident investigation. The answer to AOPA’s complaint may be to involve the SMS quantitative approach.
Temporary Flight Restrictions (TFR) provide necessary protection, but they have serious economic consequences on the ground. Is it time to reassess those consequences?
The entities that best meet the needs of drone pilots will succeed. Which approach captures the long-term loyalty of UAS flyers will be demonstrated by the payment of association dues over the next few years.