Three lessons the FAA might gain by this automobile accident.
This simple document establishes what the FAA claims as its exclusive jurisdiction.
A Swedish university has created an automaton that can guide confused passengers through the irregular and complex environment of a terminal.
Our 8th in a series of summaries of what is going on in this dynamic aviation sector.
Calling this Congressional event a “hearing” is a bit of a misnomer.
Gur Kimchi, VP and co-founder of Prime Air, unveiled a dramatic new proposal on how to integrate UASs into the airspace to which these aircraft have been restricted by the proposed Part 107. Kimchi’s ideas about the ATC recognize the agency’s past airspace policies and its regulatory limitations; a significant change in the relationship between the entrepreneur and the agency.
The operation of UASs which interfere with firefighting aircraft may provide a high visibility platform in which the FAA may demonstrate its ability to detect violations and the consequences to such illegal flights.
It is rare when the Congress and the Executive Branches both move in the same direction on a major aviation policy matter. Both are directed to solving one of the critical safety issues, AT control of UAS aircraft, the solution to which may both enhance safety and assure economical operations.