FAA selected University of Oklahoma and Embry-Riddle to lead the new Air Transportation Center of Excellence for Technical Training and Human Performance (COE TTHP). This COE will conduct R&D on technical training for air traffic controllers, aviation safety inspectors, engineers, pilots and technicians.
Hopefully, airlines will not set their goals to just meet these rules. It would seem fair and right to approach the needs of ADA customers with the highest level of care.
Cato Institute’s arguments saying the FAA is deterring innovation in aviation, the Uber in the sky, are worthy of analysis.
Congress streamlined the air traffic controller hiring process by allowing experienced controllers, veterans and FAA CTI graduates to be hired quickly.
Thank you Mr. Pasztor, for informing your readers about the values and benefits of the SMS, collaborative safety regime. Dick Witkin would be proud!
In 1965, Administrator Halaby wrote the President about his frustrations getting Congress to enact legislation needed by the FAA. 50 yrs later, the FAA is faced with a similar challenge.
Implementation starts within 12 days of the meeting. Thoughtful, well-crafted submissions and perseverance are more likely to get to a win/win solution.
We are proud of the contribution these Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASPs) have made and even moreso pleased to see these veterans receive this deserved honor.