Story seems to think it’s $ Airworthiness Directive shows differences in degree of action needed FAA wants $13.6M fix to Pratt’s turbofan engines The FAA published in the October 12,2017 Federal Register (82 FR…
AEROSPACE INDUSTRIES ASSOCIATION ANNOUNCES SELECTION OF ERIC K. FANNING AS NEXT PRESIDENT AND CEO AIA Chairman Dennis A. Muilenburg, Boeing chairman, president and CEO. has named Eric Fanning as the association’s next president and CEO. …
Art is a useful addition to airports so long as the exhibits do not require a substantial diversion of operating revenues.
The FAA issued the much anticipated Final Rule on December 16 with much fanfare and considerable industry praise, but why did it take so long?
In order for a new policy to be understood, the FAA would be wise to help explain the why and how the new compliance policy was applied in these two cases.
“We are confident Boeing is in compliance with the law. This is not about doing what is legal – it is about doing what is right.”
Media suggest this case has been dismissed, but no such opinion has been issued.
If an employee alleges that their employer did not follow a regulation, the airline may not discipline that action even if there was no violation involved.