The June 2017 edition of NASA’s ASRS CALLBACK focuses on a series of issues involving the implementation of Metroplex procedures.
Two articles on carrying personal electronic devices (PEDs) on airplanes that are evidence of miscommunication between the Secretary of Homeland Security and the IATA Director General.
The AIA explanation of its position creates a menu of concrete examples of what is needed to make the Reauthorization, if not ATC Reform, WORK.
These IATA Annual General Meeting slides should confirm that the US is headed in the right direction and may well be ahead of the rest of the world.
The Cleveland Airport snow case poses many duplicative powers created by the agreement between the FAA Administrator and OSHA. The overlap of authority were guarantees of future issues.
The blind insertion of a new project into the FAA’s list of regulatory projects is not an expert exercise of legislative initiative. Transparent prioritization is the right policy.
The FAA and Industry Guide to Product Certification has been issued. Aviation associations praise the FAA, but Congress seeks further reduction of the FAA.
ARSA conducted a survey to quantify the extent of the impact of this technician deficit plus it cast the personnel problem into revenue loss.