Federal Preemption makes FAA laws predominate over local VERY complicated legal doctrine Two cases heading to Supreme Court- decision could expand or shrink scope of FAA rules There are few jurisprudence doctrines more complex than…
While the Supreme Court closed this case, East Hampton will move “full steam ahead” with a Part 161 airport study.
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.
Cheif Justice John D. Roberts, Sr. in an unusual move took immediate jurisdiction of the case of Taylor v. Huerta from the US Courts of Appeals for the Circuit of the District of Columbus.
ARTICLE: ARSA asks Supreme Court to intervene on ICA availability The Aviation Repair Station Association has filed an amicus curia brief at the Supreme Court in support of a petition of Avidair Helicopter Supply, Inc….