The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has a program designed to help the public seek clarity in regulatory application. So, if you happen to be certificated by the FAA you should definitely read this.
The Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) is calling for Asian countries to step up their safety oversight, to end the region's lagging international performance.
The Federal Aviation Administration received 4,499 comments to its notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM) to regulate small unmanned aircraft systems weighing less than 55 pounds, a government website indicates. The public comment period closed on April 24; the FAA will...
On April 20, ARSA received a positive response from the FAA to a May 29, 2014 request for clarification of (1) a repair station's ability to develop and use work instructions and (2) the exact requirements for accessibility of relevant maintenance data during the performance...
On April 28, the Senate Aviation Operations, Safety, and Security Subcommittee held its fourth hearing this month as it prepares to draft the next FAA reauthorization bill. The panel examined aviation safety and general aviation issues.
Last week's Aerospace Maintenance Competition provided an inspiring look into the future of aviation and aerospace maintenance.
A decade ago and before the big round of mergers, "international" used to be the magic word for U.S. airlines.
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