US watchdog flags flaws in India’s air safety checks India has moved up and down on FAA’s IASA ratings The 2015 Upgrade occurred at same time as POTUS visit to New Delhi Serious problems lingered…
From an ill-considered rule to a US Court of Appeals, the rejection of the UAS registration rule could have future regulatory impacts.
The White House held an event about the future growth, safety and regulations of UASs on October 11 with Chief of Staff Denis McDonough, Secretary Foxx, Helen Greiner and Eric Allison. Although there was good feedback, there was no mention that Congress should reconstitute the regulatory regimes which presently balance safety and innovation.
Given Foxx’s purview of the FAA and his involvement with the NTSB, his message would have been more realistic in defining the risks by citing their relevant experiences. More importantly, by suggesting that the FAA and/or NTSB might be useful collateral assets to the auto manufacturers, the challenges might be minimized.
In light of all the predicates in support of US assistance to foreign CAAs, why hasn’t DoT, FAA and USTDA initiated programs to meet these aviation needs?
The Part 107 Final Rule, issued June 21, responds in detail to the thousands of comments filed in the docket, but very few alterations were made.
Speaking before the International Air Transportation Association, the Secretary delivered the kick off speech before a convention of the world’s airlines. His message to the audience is that they should become advocates for NextGen.
On February 15, 2015 Secretary Foxx and Administrator Huerta announced the issuance of an NPRM, Part 107, which proposed the terms by which Small UAS commercial operators could fly. Since then, the UAS industry has…