Regulations and Government
News about bills, laws, regulations and other governmental decisions affecting aviation and aerospace. Topics include FAA re-authorizations, taxes on fuel and aviation activities, environmental legislation, ICAO decisions, governmental mediation of labor conflicts and World Trade Organization disputes and decisions.
International travel suffers from a failure to apply a coordinated set of travel restrictions, including in Asia.
The Air Charter Association says the UK's quarantine rules will make it impossible for customers to make short visits to the country, harming business.
Webinar hosted by Airport Infra Expo explores Covid-19 challenges and opportunities for business aviation in Brazil.
With stay-at-home directives forcing their facilities to close, aircraft maintenance schools look to technology to continue instruction despite barriers.
EHang is using its 216 autonomous eVTOL aircraft to carry freight for a hotel operator in southern China with approval from the CAAC.
The European Union's Safety Inspection of Foreign Aircraft has become the EU Ramp Inspection Program, or RIP.
The planned launch of a SpaceX rocket with a crewed Dragon capsule has prompted a pair of TFRs that will close off sections of Central Florida’s airspace.
Chinese-based investor Citiking said it has been working diligently to get Eclipse 500 manufacturer One Aviation out of bankruptcy.
The German company says it is still on track to start operating its five-seat all-electric aircraft in air taxi operations from 2025.
EASA's Special Condition VTOL certification requirements include an Enhanced category for commercial operations in urban environments.