Regulations and Government
News about bills, laws, regulations and other governmental decisions affecting aviation and aerospace. Topics include FAA re-authorizations, taxes on fuel and aviation activities, environmental legislation, ICAO decisions, governmental mediation of labor conflicts and World Trade Organization disputes and decisions.
Belarus and Poland have provided preliminary details in response to requests for information from ICAO.
The House approved measures calling for a notam improvement task force as well as for incentives to expedite airport construction projects.
The lifting fo mask requirements for outdoor areas of transportation hubs only applies to vaccinated individuals, the CDC said.
Along with a five-year suspension of tariffs, the EU and U.S. agree to agree on the legality of any financial support to their respective airliner makers.
It is important for pilots to tell AMEs about any new medical diagnoses or prescribed medication before their next exam.
While no agreement is in sight, lawmakers are focused on a sweeping package that could serve as a venue for measures such as an SAF blender's tax credit.
The groups are urging the FAA to rethink its recent guidance on compensation for flight training in warbird and other aircraft.
With the UAE and Bahrain having signed accords with Israel, rapprochement could also follow with Morocco and Sudan.
General aviation association leaders cited the many negative effects of a proposed 10 percent luxury tax on GA aircraft during testimony in late May.
EASA has published an Opinion on aviation regulatory framework applicable to all-weather aircraft operations and flight crew training.