ARTICLE: FAA Moving To Change Culture, Evaluates Reorganization FAA Aviation Safety There is no borescope to assess the dynamics of organizational culture, design change and structural differences. The report by AinOnline’s Kerry Lynch about Flight…
The Boston Logan Airport Noise Study (BLANS), a cooperative effort undertaken by the FAA, Massport and the Logan Airport Community Advisory Committee (CAC), recently completed Phase 3 and should provide the bases for finding win/win alternatives.
George Romanski, President and CEO of Verocel, will be leaving the company effective September 15, 2017 to assume the prestigious and safety critical role of FAA as Chief Scientific and Technical Advisor (CSTA) for Aircraft Computer Software.
The FAA is in a state of transition which requires more and more coordination. Here are two updates on each transition point.
24 reports, including a summary and the status for significant rulemakings, that DOT currently has pending or has issued recently.
Both having impressive backgrounds, Greg Martin was appointed Assistant Administrator for Communications in May 2016, and Charles M. Trippe, Jr. is the new Chief Counsel.
While some NextGen objections may be valid, there is also much to be complimented. Here are the latest accomplishments over the past year, and a look into the next few years.
Does the Cabin Air Safety Act merit delaying other FAA safety initiatives? Or is the Congress so sure that the elements of this bill justify its elevation to the top of the FAA list?