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Policyholder Disclosure Notice of Terrorism Insurance Coverage
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Ban on drone photos harms free speech, say media outlets in challenge to FAA
05-06-2014:  Taking photos by drone allows the media to better report on fires, traffic and other important public issues — so why has the government banned this type of photography?
New FAA rules on air ambulances to affect providers, increase safety
04-23-2014:  Vanderbilt LifeFlight officials applaud new rules issued by the U.S. Department of Transportation's Federal Aviation Administration that will have a dramatic impact for all air ambulance operators and make the industry safer.
NTSB chief urges child-safety seats on planes
04-21-2014:  Deborah Hersman, departing chair of the National Transportation Safety Board, said Monday that "one of her great disappointments" was that child-safety seats aren't required on planes for young children.
FAA Requiring All Flights to Have GPS Tracking System by 2020
04-15-2014:  After a recent missing Malaysian Airlines flight, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has decided to mandate GPS-based aircraft tracking on planes. According to 9 News, the FAA will require that all planes have a GPS tracking system called Automatic Dependent Surveillance Broadcast (ADS-B) radio network by 2020.
NTSB Urges FAA Oversight of Sightseeing Balloon Operators
04-11-2014:  Citing three hard landings that resulted in injuries and one fatality, the National Transportation Safety Board has issued recommendations that FAA assume oversight of sightseeing balloon operators, in the same way that it oversees airplane and helicopter tour operators.
Supreme Court: Airline can drop frequent flier
04-04-14:  The Supreme Court decided unanimously Wednesday that an airline had the right to dump a frequent flier who complained too much.  The decision allows airlines to have sole discretion to drop frequent fliers.
Chasing the Money for Air Crash Victims' Families in Beijing
04-03-2014:  Growing up in Peru in the 1970s, Monica R. Kelly, who specializes in aviation accidents, dreamed of becoming a diplomat and traveling the world.  But by the 1980s, violence was spreading at home with a guerrilla war waged by the Shining Path movement, and her family moved to the United States, forcing her to abandon her ambition to enter Peruvian government service.  She decided to realize her interest in international travel in a more unusual way: by flying around the world to meet and represent the families of air crash victims, one of a specialist band of aviation accident lawyers.
A Five-year-old 777-200LR Sees Early Retirement
04-01-2014:  A 777-200LR, built in 2009, has been retired by Air India. Air India cannibalises 777 named Maharashtra at Mumbai's Shivaji airport.  While the rumors mentioned on the website suggest it sustained hidden damage during a heavy landing, it's still notable that a modern 777 less than five years old is being cannibalized.

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ARSA: FAA Agrees: Line Maintenance can be Major
07-29-2014: In a quick turnaround, the Aircraft Maintenance Division responded within two days to ARSA’s question about airframe-rated repair stations with line maintenance authorization performing major repairs and alterations. The agency agreed with the association’s interpretation that the CFR’s definition of line maintenance does not imply a prohibition against non-specified activities.
FAA proposes $12 million fine against Southwest over repairs
07-28-2014: Southwest Airlines Co. may have to pay a $12 million penalty to the U.S. government for operating “numerous flights” in 2009 after being notified that repairs to its airplanes didn't live up to federal regulations.
Crashes Push Up Airline Insurance Costs
07-28-2014: The airline industry, under pressure from reduced margins and higher fuel costs, now faces steep rises in insurance premiums.
Trade Associations Weigh in on Foreign Mx Drug Testing
07-23-2014: A coalition of aviation trade associations spoke out on behalf of the international maintenance, repair and overhaul market.
IG Concerned over FAA's Growing Backlog
07-04-2014:  The FAA's Flight Standards District Offices (FSDOs) have a backlog of applications for certificates that concerns the Department of Transportation Inspector General's Office.
NetJets Takes Safety to the Next Level
06-05-2014:  NetJets' repair stations achieved a new safety milestone yesterday, entering Level III of the FAA's safety management system (SMS) program. As such, NetJets is the first repair station in the U.S. to achieve this safety level.
FAA eases access to key piece of small-plane safety equipment
06-03-2014:   A recent policy change from the Federal Aviation Administration has eased the way for installation of Angle of Attack indicators in small, privately owned aircraft throughout the U.S.
Private Pilots Complain, Customs Rethinks Intercept Policy
05-28-2014:  Federal border security agents have sharply reduced intercepts of general aviation aircraft, following complaints by pilots that excessive police action at small airports is restricting the freedom to fly.
FAA Recategorizes Wake Turbulence Separations
05-26-2014: FAA Order 6110.659A, effective June 1, will recategorize the guidelines air traffic controllers use to provide proper wake turbulence separation. The new standards are expected to increase airport capacity while reducing both arrival and departure delays.
The Big money surprise about Malaysia Airlines Flight 370
05-25-2014:  May 25, 1979. It was the Friday of Memorial Day weekend. American Airlines Flight 191, a full wide-body plane headed from Chicago to Los Angeles, was taking off with 271 passengers and crew when suddenly the left engine flew off.
A Rulings Chilling Effect on Corporate Litigation
05-23-2014: In the clubby world of corporate litigators, the hysteria over a change to corporate bylaws that would shift responsibility over legal fees is perhaps one of the more recent strange events.
FAA investigates near miss involving Houston flights
05-22-2014: Two United Airlines flights came within a few hundred feet of each other earlier this month while both were taking off at Houston's George Bush Intercontinental Airport, according to the Federal Aviation Administration.
FAA acknowledges recent near miss at JFK
05-20-2014: For the third time in a less than week, the NTSB has confirmed ANOTHER near miss involving a commercial airline.  The latest incident uncovered by PIX11 News took place earlier this month at JFK.
FAA investigating near-miss between two jetliners near Big Island
05-16-2014: The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating an incident in which a passenger jetliner had to take evasive action to avoid a mid-air collision with another jet near the Big Island.
The FAA Knew a Commercial Drone Pilot Broke No Laws, Fined Him $10K Anyway
05-13-2014:   Internal Federal Aviation Administration documents show that the result of an agency investigation determined commercial drone pilot Raphael Pirker violated no regulations -- then the agency fined him $10,000 anyway.
NTSB Rolls Out Ag Aviation Safety Ideas
05-13-2014: That National Transportation Safety Board, a federal agency that investigates plane crashes and train wrecks, studied an entire industry, agricultural aviation, in 2013.
Ban on drone photos harms free speech, say media outlets in challenge to FAA
05-06-2014: Taking photos by drone allows the media to better report on fires, traffic and other important public issues -- so why has the government banned this type of photography?
New FAA rules on air ambulances to affect providers, increase safety
04-23-2014: Vanderbilt LifeFlight officials applaud new rules issued by the U.S. Department of Transportation's Federal Aviation Administration that will have a dramatic impact for all air ambulance operators and make the industry safer.
NTSB chief urges child-safety seats on planes
04-21-2014: Deborah Hersman, departing chair of the National Transportation Safety Board, said Monday that "one of her great disappointments" was that child-safety seats aren't required on planes for young children.
FAA Requiring All Flights to Have GPS Tracking System by 2020
04-15-2014: After a recent missing Malaysian Airlines flight, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has decided to mandate GPS-based aircraft tracking on planes. According to 9 News, the FAA will require that all planes have a GPS tracking system called Automatic Dependent Surveillance Broadcast (ADS-B) radio network by 2020.
NTSB Urges FAA Oversight of Sightseeing Balloon Operators
04-11-2014: Citing three hard landings that resulted in injuries and one fatality, the National Transportation Safety Board has issued recommendations that FAA assume oversight of sightseeing balloon operators, in the same way that it oversees airplane and helicopter tour operators.
Supreme Court: Airline can drop frequent flier
04-04-14: The Supreme Court decided unanimously Wednesday that an airline had the right to dump a frequent flier who complained too much.  The decision allows airlines to have sole discretion to drop frequent fliers.
Chasing the Money for Air Crash Victims' Families in Beijing
04-03-2014: Growing up in Peru in the 1970s, Monica R. Kelly, who specializes in aviation accidents, dreamed of becoming a diplomat and traveling the world.  But by the 1980s, violence was spreading at home with a guerrilla war waged by the Shining Path movement, and her family moved to the United States, forcing her to abandon her ambition to enter Peruvian government service. 
A Five-year-old 777-200LR Sees Early Retirement
04-01-2014: A 777-200LR, built in 2009, has been retired by Air India. Air India cannibalises 777 named Maharashtra at Mumbai's Shivaji airport.  While the rumors mentioned on the website suggest it sustained hidden damage during a heavy landing, it's still notable that a modern 777 less than five years old is being cannibalized.

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