Germany announces investments in CO2 Technology France is imposing a CO2 tax UK worries about cost to attain 2050 CO2 goal Germany We hear a lot on this side of the Atlantic that Europe, or its…
The views of outside experts on BREXIT have been posted here before, because of the potential impact on this change on US aviation. EASA’s expanding aviation scope: impacted by BREXIT? BREXIT and Aviation,…
A break with the EU will leave the UK with a significantly reduced influence in the technical side of aviation. That is not a good thing.
Resolution of the policy issues involved in UK’s Serious Fraud Office case may set the future parameters for these big stakes sales battles.
After a spate of recent incidents, the UK will examine how alcohol is sold at airports and ways to prohibit drunk passengers from boarding.
Imagine a New York Times headline which announces “FAA decides location of the NY/NJ/CT Airport for the future.” A national commission made the strategic decision of where the UK’s future airport capacity will be built. [Other countries prefer to follow the English view of centralized planning.] Is such a process better or worse than the US’ locally initiated/sponsored policy?