As the airline industry has grown to be more global in scope, to network their passengers around the world, the competitors have formed alliances.
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.
These FAA jobs need to be filled, but creating incumbents before the Administrator’s replacement puts the FAA’s next leader in a difficult situation.
This case pushes the limits of FAA’s §44704. Reauthorization should include clarification on the FAA’s powers on the “airworthiness” of these carry-ons.
Here is what was happening in the positions who execute the aviation policy of the Trump Administration. What does this all mean?
The DoT OIG Dashboard does little more than publicize its audits and investigations, which doesn’t advance the OIG’s mission, and appears to be a more of a monument of self-aggrandizement.
After 3 years, Norwegian Air International (NAI) was issued the final grant of foreign air carrier authority by the US DOT. NAI’s bureaucratic voyage to the U.S. has been an exceedingly slow process.
President-elect Trump nominates Secretary Elaine L. Chao for Secretary of Transportation. Here are some Hill and Industry thoughts on her amazing career.