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Aircraft Collisions with Powerlines

Powerlines create a serious hazard to aircraft. Approximately 66 aircraft strikes occur annually in the United States and an estimated 30% of these strikes result in fatalities. Strikes occurring at night or in limited visibility are particularly dangerous and have … Continue reading

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Aviation Experts Join Chorus on FAA Grounding of Boeing 737 Max 8 and 9 Aircraft

Within hours after FAA’s grounding of Boeing’s 737 Max 8 and 9 aircraft, pilots and aviation experts began to weigh in on the rationale. The first in the chorus was the Acting Administrator, Daniel Elwell, who opined that, in the … Continue reading

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Some FAA Aircraft Certification Staff Returning to Work

The FAA has confirmed that some of the FAA staff returning to duty during the lapse in funding will include Aircraft Certification staff. Continue reading → Read more detail on Recent Aviation Law posts –

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Tips For Renting Your Aircraft

If you own an aircraft and are not utilizing it as much as you would like or if you would like to try and recover some of the cost of owning the aircraft, you may have thought about renting your … Continue reading

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Getting An Aircraft Deal Done In Spite Of A Government Shut-Down

If you have been following the news you know that, once again, a government shut-down is being used as leverage in connection with political demands. But what happens when you are trying to get an aircraft transaction closed and the … Continue reading

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