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.
As year-end deadline approaches for certification of Max 7 and Max 10, Boeing hangs its hopes on a possible extension by act of Congress.
NBAA head Bolen asked lawmakers to create a national strategy, support investment, and ensure a transparent regulatory process to enable the AAM market.
EASA is raising the bar for helicopter emergency medical service operations in Europe, with new rules to take effect by mid-2023.
A bill to permit use of AIP funds to expedite airport projects heads to the White House after Senate passage last week.
Following House passage, the aviation workforce development bill heads next to the Senate, where Sen. James Inhofe has introduced similar legislation.
IATA's director general Willie Walsh said the 41st ICAO Assembly will be a failure it doesn't end with agreement and government action over net zero goals.
The aviation services sector needs a UK trade body to be more effectively represented, according to the British Business and General Aviation Association.
In the run-up to a triennial ICAO meeting, business aviation groups have released policy principles to guide long-term carbon emissions reductions.
The FAA's decades-old thinking on spin training needs a new approach.
An uncommanded flap deployment above the maximum flaps-extended speed on a Challenger 604 has resulted in several recommendations by the UK AAIB.