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NBAA supports bill to continue FAA funding in event of government shutdown

NBAA supports bill to continue FAA funding in event of government shutdown

Washington, DC, Feb. 8, 2019 – The National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) welcomed legislation to continue funding the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) during a government shutdown. House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure Chairman Peter DeFazio (D-4-OR) and Aviation Subcommittee Chairman

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Government shutdown update: pre-owned fine but problems with new aircraft deliveries

Government shutdown update: pre-owned fine but problems with new aircraft deliveries

The US Federal Aviation Administration has resolved a technical issue stopping new title searches. The Registry Modernization System (RMS) in Kansas City stopped working on Friday evening but was restored within a few hours. This is great news and means that pre-owned

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FAA tech issue kills aircraft deals until shutdown ends

FAA tech issue kills aircraft deals until shutdown ends

A technical problem involving the US Federal Aviation Administration’s aircraft registry system and the government shutdown means that it may now be impossible for many aircraft transactions involving US registered aircraft to close.  Although selected employees at the Aircraft Registry

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NBAA lauds passage of Bipartisan, Long-Term FAA Re-authorisation

NBAA lauds passage of Bipartisan, Long-Term FAA Re-authorisation

Washington, DC, Oct. 3, 2018 – National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) President and CEO Ed Bolen has welcomed congressional passage of legislation to re-authorise funding for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) through 2023. The bill now heads to the president for

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Duncan Aviation part of FAA voluntary SMS programme

Duncan Aviation part of FAA voluntary SMS programme

Lincoln, NEB — As a company with Part 145 repair station authority for many of its facilities, Duncan Aviation has been working closely with the FAA in the development of a Safety Management System (SMS) for all operations of its

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The US wants to make it easier to certify supersonic jets

The US wants to make it easier to certify supersonic jets

Civil supersonic flight is coming closer to becoming a reality — again. US regulators are looking to expand aircraft noise regulations to accommodate the certification of new supersonic aircraft. The US Department of Transportation (DoT) is working to update 14

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Business aviation leaders call for “essential” US Aircraft Registry to reopen

Business aviation leaders call for “essential” US Aircraft Registry to reopen

The National Business Aviation Association has written to the US government, calling for the United States Aircraft Registry to be immediately reopened so it can carry out essential tasks. The Registry has been closed as part of the current US

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Dedicated service and commitment to safety recognised

Dedicated service and commitment to safety recognised

The “dedicated service and commitment to aviation safety” of former Federal Aviation Authority administrator Michael Huerta has been praised by the National Business Aviation Association. Huerta (pictured) left his post as the head of the FAA at the weekend, after

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FAA issues NOTAM for Presidential State of the Union Address

FAA issues NOTAM for Presidential State of the Union Address

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has issued a Notice to Airmen (NOTAM) restricting airspace use around Washington during the Presidential State of the Union Address. The State of the Union Address is given yearly by the US President to Congress.

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EASA and FAA certificates the Pilatus PC-24

EASA and FAA certificates the Pilatus PC-24

Pilatus has gained type certificates from the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for its first business jet. The PC-24 development project was officially announced in 2013, but work on the Super Versatile Jet has

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