Congress to Pass Comprehensive FAA Reauthorization Bill Inspector general’s report says the FAA has bungled a $36 billion project Congressional FAA Reauthorization and Corporatiztion Multiple OIG ripped FAA AIRR off the agenda; Shuster and LoBiondo…
The Chairman, A4A, the Reason Foundation and other supporters have spent years anticipating possible objections to AIRR.
Having read the text of the American Air Navigation Services Corporation (AANSC) legislation, here are some reasonable questions about unions and the new corporation.
Supersonic Transport timelines for safety and environmental certification are not as susceptible to abbreviation as the financial backers would like.
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?
Thoughts on the approved 21st Century AIRR Act legislation that provides sweeping, transformational reform of the FAA.
Dick Collins writes about privatization of the air traffic control system and when the system actually came to a screeching halt.
The AIA explanation of its position creates a menu of concrete examples of what is needed to make the Reauthorization, if not ATC Reform, WORK.