FAA Issues Important Charter Guidance to Pilots and Passengers Safe Air Charter Operations “Holding out” is a necessary, but difficult legal distinction Part 135 imposes more safety requirements and Part 91 FAA provides more guidance…
The highest court in the land denied FlyteNow’s writ of certiorari. That is not to say that the Flytenow business model and the FAA rules are irreconcilable, but extremism in the pursuit of this free enterprise is not an effective stratagem.
Cato Institute’s arguments saying the FAA is deterring innovation in aviation, the Uber in the sky, are worthy of analysis.
While the proposal reflects support for a new form of aviation, the language will open the traveling public to a lesser standard of safety.
While such entrepreneurship is commendable and could stimulate the sale/operation of general aviation planes, its legal case runs afoul of considerable FAA precedent and will likely be denied upon appeal.