FAA and Regs

Public Benefit Flying: Safety Efforts Recognized »

The NTSB contacts the Air Care Alliance (ACA) and demands that it take action to increase the level of safety of Public Benefit Flying and Volunteer Pilot Organizations—the ACA does so and the NTSB says, “Well Done.” More

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NTSB, Manufacturers Weigh... »

The FAA’s comment period is now closed for its proposed changes to Part 23 aircraft certification, and 61 comments have been logged online. The GA... More

FAA Wraps Drone Detector... »

The FAA said today it has completed tests of new drone-detection technology at John F. Kennedy International Airport, in New York. The tests, which began May... More

Have We Hit The Trifecta? »

The Part 23 revision, Third Class Medical reform and non-certified avionics approvals are coming together all at once. (Sort of.) It may not signal happy... More

Third-Class Medical Reform... »

Third-class medical reform could get another chance of making it to a congressional vote via a defense funding bill that moved through the Senate’s... More

FAA Proposes Changes To GA... »

The FAA has opened comments until Aug.10 for changes to GA flight training rules that would affect a broad spectrum of pilots, including those pursuing... More

FAA Expands Drone Detection... »

New technologies that could detect and perhaps also take control of drones that fly too close to airports are now being studied by the FAA, the agency said... More