FAA and Regs

Post-Hurricane Helper? Beware the Hidden Risks »

When disaster strikes, volunteer pilots can be a significant part of the relief effort; but they need to know the legal and physical risks before setting out on the specialized flying involved. More

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1,500-Hour Rule Relaxation... »

Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., says he’ll fight any move to relax rules that require airline pilots to have a minimum of 1,500 hours of flight time... More

Naples Airport Cleanup Begins »

The CEO of Naples Jet Center at Naples Airport in Florida told AVweb he and everyone else involved in the cleanup after Hurricane Irma are writing a new... More

Help Welcome, But Make Sure... »

The president of the largest benefit flying organization in the U.S. says help is welcome from private aircraft owners in the enormous relief efforts in... More

General Aviation Accident... »

Recent general aviation and air carrier accidents. More

New Part 23 Now In Effect »

The FAA announced in December that it had revamped its airworthiness standards for general aviation airplanes, and as of Aug. 30, those new rules are now... More

Eclipse EA700 First Flight »

One Aviation has announced the first flight of the wing that will hold up its EA700, known as the Eclipse Canada until recently. Details of the flight are... More