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Congress Gives the Aviation Industry the Keys to the Hen House

In recent months, since the tragic crashes of two Boeing 737-Max aircraft in disparate areas of the globe, both the public and the press have expressed surprise at the finding that the Federal Aviation Administration (“FAA”) was delegating to the … 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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FAA Increases Shutdown Staff by Nearly 3000 Aviation Safety Personnel

The FAA is bringing almost three thousand more inspectors to work during the partial government shutdown. Continue reading → Read more detail on Recent Aviation Law posts –

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Some Things Do Not Change: Aviation Groups Object to Protecting Public Health Through Enforceable Noise Standards

Some things never change. The airport and airline groups lobbying Congress that a new, beautiful, noise-free future is “just around the corner” so there is no need for enforceable noise standards. http://bit.ly/2MuInpd In 1972 during the Senate debate on the … Continue reading

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Paperwork Tips For Smooth Border Crossings In General Aviation Aircraft

For those of you who have flown into or out of the U.S. in a general aviation aircraft, you know that extra thought and planning are involved in these flights. And while the process may seem daunting to the uninitiated, … Continue reading

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