If an airline is a business goal and you you have the capital, there is a way to your goal. FAA regulations are demanding, but possible.
As the Senate votes to confirm her nomination, here are 3 high profile aviation cases which Secretary Chao will find in her inbox on her 1st day at 1200 New Jersey Ave. SW.
The FAA recently accepted the SMS program developed for Alaska Airlines and Horizon Air. A remarkable achievement reflecting a 5 year cooperative project by the carrier and the FAA. Explaining the impact of SMS points would reveal the positive upside.
Many Part 135 operators are not required to have an FAA approved Safety Management System (SMS) in place, UNLESS you intend to fly to the EASA countries.
A day before the FAA moved its Final Rule off its plate, Terrafugia cleared one significant regulatory hurdle on its way to filling the skies with cars.
The FAA granted Jet Aviation at Moscow Vnukovo Airport the authority to provide maintenance, repairs, modifications, inspections and defect rectifications.
What DoT may/may not do in response to the Norwegian Air proposal under a diplomatic document which the US initiated to spread aviation competition.
This article should cause the FAA, EASA, ICAO and other CAAs to reexamine the CAAC’s ability to certificate and insure continuing airworthiness.
To effectively advocate their position, they need to accept the limitations of the ATC and find a way to pose win-win options.
FAA granted Terrafugia approval of its test program to assess whether its airborne auto prototype, the TF-X, may be issued a Type Certificate. Many questions!