While it may appear to the folks on the floor to be form over substance, there are good reasons why paperwork is sacrosanct.
George Mason University published a survey studying “the Economic Impact of Private and Sport Aviation.” Adding good economic data about contributions to the national economy is a useful goal. Using the data collected for other purposes would seem disingenuous.
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…
Having read the text of the American Air Navigation Services Corporation (AANSC) legislation, here are some reasonable questions about unions and the new corporation.
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.
The new, improved, revised Part 23 became effective on August 30, 2017. Change is difficult. Will it work?
From the ashes, the FAA needs to create a miraculous Phoenix composed of improved involvement in designing PHX flight tracks. A more rigorous approach to introducing these ATC advances is needed to assure that NextGen will be implemented.
AOPA filed a Part 13 informal complaint against 3 airports alleging that the sponsors have failed to “guard against potential monopolistic behavior.” Can/should the FAA make legal determinations?