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BALANCING STANDARDIZATION AND JUDGMENT

ARTICLE: FAA Attempting to Standardize Initial Part 135 Training Requirements The article captures the challenges that the FAA faces regarding Initial Part 135 Training requirements. In response to recent Congressional initiatives see http://jdasolutions.aero/blog/industry-comments-on-proposed-faa-pilot-qualification-regulations-are-uniformly-negative, the FAA…


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ARTICLE: DOES FAA NEED TO REVISE AIRCRAFT CERTIFICATION STANDARDS TO REFLECT EVER INCREASING WEIGHT OF OUR POPULATION? The FAA establishes standards that aircraft manufacturers must meet for obtaining a Type Certificate for their aircraft and…






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PUTTING THE REGULATORY GENIE BACK IN THE BOTTLE?

ARTICLE: Living History Flight Experience (LHFE)-Exemptions for Passenger Carrying Operations Conducted for Compensation and Hire in Other Than Standard Category Aircraft The FAA should know that when you expand a privilege, not a right, is…