A report by AinOnline’s Kerry Lynch about Flight Standards Director John Duncan’s speech to NATA provides external evidence of major Sea Change in how it regulates defined by policy and structure.
Explains the FAA’s constraints, requirements, procedures, mission, expectation, scope and history, in order to help people with their ability to understand and advocate more effectively.
In 1965, Administrator Halaby wrote the President about his frustrations getting Congress to enact legislation needed by the FAA. 50 yrs later, the FAA is faced with a similar challenge.
Michael Whitaker announced his intention to leave his position as Deputy Administrator and Chief NextGen Officer effective June 30, 2016. He will be missed.
Implementation starts within 12 days of the meeting. Thoughtful, well-crafted submissions and perseverance are more likely to get to a win/win solution.
A day before a FAA public hearing on a Part 23 NPRM, a GA industry coalition letter strongly urged the agency to issue the final rule by the end of 2016.
Recent initiatives have made significant attacks on risks. Expectations are that GA safety will attain similar benefits from this technique.
2015 is coming to an end… Time to review the FAA’s Regulatory Agenda!