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  • 29 Jun 2021 09:36 | Anonymous

    From NJ to PA to DE we are ready to get to work

    Last week we kicked off with a live webinar starring NBAA President Ed Bolen and DRBA Asst. Airport Director Ben Clendaniel where we discuss the future of business aviation, the latest on ILG TFRs, and much more!



  • 31 Jul 2020 12:52 | Deleted user

    Although COVID-19 has gripped the world’s attention, aviation businesses continue to face other safety concerns that existed before and will continue beyond the pandemic. That is why the NBAA Safety Committee releases a biennial survey to assess the perceptions, experiences, work practices, and opinions regarding business aviation safety. The results guide priorities and projects and are made available to the business aviation community to inform better decision making.

    You don’t need to be an NBAA member to take the survey and it is valuable to hear from operators of any size. As Brad Lindow of the NBAA Small Flight Department Committee explains:

    “Because those in small flight departments wear many hats, we need to better understand their safety cultures and what safety management systems and tools they use. With this information we can recommend or create NBAA resources that can expand their culture and enhance their safety.”

  • 22 Jul 2020 12:46 | Deleted user

     

     

    FAA Dismisses Comment Time for New Pilot Reporting Proposal 

    Despite the sweeping nature of the proposal and the challenges presented to the aviation industry by COVID-19, the FAA has chosen to move forward with changes to pilot data reporting regulations. The proposal extends provisions in the Pilot Records Improvement Act to Part 91 operators - administrative mandates that have until now only impacted commercial airlines. DVBAA and many other industry organizations are concerned that this broadening of government regulation will add a significant and unnecessary burden to many owner-operators and flight departments. 

    General and commercial aviation groups have all asked for additional time for comment, and requested further discussion among regulators and industry members who will be impacted by this legislative action.

     

     

    DVBAA Supporters,

    Despite the sweeping nature of the proposal and the challenges presented to the aviation industry by COVID-19, the FAA has chosen to move forward with changes to pilot data reporting regulations. The proposal extends provisions in the Pilot Records Improvement Act to Part 91 operators - administrative mandates that have until now only impacted commercial airlines. DVBAA and many other industry organizations are concerned that this broadening of government regulation will add a significant and unnecessary burden to many owner-operators and flight departments. 

    General and commercial aviation groups have all asked for additional time for comment, and requested further discussion among regulators and industry members who will be impacted by this legislative action. 


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