US House Could Vote On FAA Bill Thursday

. Reported from NASDAQ.com By Josh Mitchell, Of DOW JONES NEWSWIRES WASHINGTON -(Dow Jones)- The U.S. House was poised to vote as early as Thursday on a major aviation bill that would toughen restrictions on foreign ownership of U.S. air carriers and create more...

Demystifying No Fault Found

. By Michael D. Lam/Overhaul & Maintenance This article appeared in Overhaul & Maintenance’s May 2009 issue. We start, appropriately enough for a mystery, with a riddle: Q: What do you get when you cross Murphy’s Law (“Whatever can go wrong,...

UPDATE ON NTSB PUBLIC HEARING ON THE COLGAN AIR ACCIDENT

. National Transportation Safety Board Washington, DC 20594 May 8, 2009 The National Transportation Safety Board today released additional information about the Board’s scheduled public hearing on the crash of the Colgan Air Dash-8 near Buffalo, New York.  The...

Curbing Foreign Airline Emissions in Europe

. Reprinted from the New York Times Written by: James Kanter All airlines using European airports are going to be regulated under the European Emissions Trading System from January 2012. That means even American carriers will eventually have to buy some carbon permits...