Draft report says simulator training not needed Issued by FAA legacy organization Will it complicate Joint Authorities reaching a Consensus Airworthiness Juggment? A perturbation in the reexamination of the B737 MAX 8 airworthiness may have…
An EASA agreement with Singapore maintains safety and stimulates jobs, while an FAA agreement with Singapore reduces FAA’s surveillance duties there.
The Joint Authorities for Rulemaking on Unmanned Systems (JARUS) elects Gregory Walden, former FAA chief counsel, chair of the Stakeholder Consultation Body (SCB). An excellent selection.
It is clear by the trend of the past 10-20 years of budget bills that the FAA has to use a shrinking roster to meet increasing domestic and global regulatory responsibilities.