Single Pilot Ops ‘A Profit-Driven Scheme,’ Pilot Unions Say

Only one pilot on the flight deck is a "significant safety risk," the international group of commercial pilot unions said in a joint ...
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House Bill Aims To Boost Aviation Workforce Development

Under the bipartisan bill introduced Tuesday, students could pay for aviation training with their 529 education savings plans.
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Phil Washington Withdraws Nomination for FAA Administrator

Washington had not received a committee hearing for eight months as several lawmakers raised concerns about his aviation experience.
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Business Jet Activity on the Decline, Report Shows

Global business jet activity has decreased by 8 percent in the last four weeks compared to the same time period a year ago, ...
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Senate Delays FAA Administrator Confirmation Vote

Confirmation of Phil Washington, who is President Biden's pick to head the FAA, has been in limbo for months.
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FAA Proposes Extending Cockpit Voice Recording to 25 Hours

The NTSB's top official called on the FAA to extend CVR capability beyond the two-hour requirement.
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FAA Loosens Restrictions on ADS-B for Balloons

Balloon operators will be allowed to fly in Class C airspace without ADS-B if they obtain a letter of agreement (LOA) from the ...
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Congress Urged To Boost Funding of Aerospace Education

The Senate Commerce Committee met with stakeholders to discuss aviation workforce challenges ahead of FAA Reauthorization.
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Rise in Aviation Mishaps Focus of FAA Safety Summit

Transportation leaders and aviation stakeholders met Wednesday to discuss commonalities in a string of close calls at U.S. airports.
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Aviation Stakeholders Call for FAA to Increase Knowledge Testing Oversight

A new reimbursement structure for aviation knowledge tests could create obstructions to FAA certification, aviation groups told the agency.
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