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Senate Coronavirus Response Bill – March 22 a.m. Version

This is the March 22 morning iteration of the Senate's massive coronavirus response legislation. Division A contains the various...

What Happens When People Stop Flying? Analyzing the Cascade of Downstream Effects

What happens when people just stop flying? We tried to look at that simple question and expand it into the cascade of downstream...

The Coronavirus’ Impact on Aerospace Manufacturing

The COVID-19 crisis brought into sharp relief the critical importance of aviation and aerospace to the American economy. Travel...

Senate Committee Approves Several Aviation Bills

The Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee on December 11 approved five aviation-related pieces of legislation. War...

Guest Op-Ed: Safety, Shutdowns, and Air Traffic Control

On January 25 2019, the longest federal government shutdown in U.S. history ended after 35 days. As the government shutdown entered its...

Report: Aviation Workforce Challenges in the United States and the United Kingdom

The global aviation industry faces growing workforce challenges. Strong competition for workers, the changing nature of...

House Hearing Looks At the Long-Term Future of Aviation

On Tuesday, March 12 the House Transportation and Infrastructure Subcommittee on Aviation held a hearing on the Future of Aviation...

Webinar: Aviation Workforce Challenges in the US & UK

  When: 11:00am ET, Friday, March 29, 2019 Where: Via webinar     The global aviation industry faces...

The Shutdown’s Effect on Air Traffic Control — and How to End it

This piece was originally published in The Hill. As the federal government shutdown stretches on, its effects on the nation's...

Shutdown Continues With No End in Sight, As Federal Workers Miss First Paycheck

The partial lapse-of-appropriations shutdown that began at midnight on December 21 is now three weeks old, but a pivotal milestone was...

A Look at New Regulations Required by the FAA Reauthorization Law

October 12, 2018 The FAA reauthorization bill signed into law on October 5 does a lot of things – authorizes $97 billion in...

FAA Bill Requires 119 New Reports to Congress

October 5, 2018 The staffs of the House and Senate transportation committees are going to be doing a lot of reading over the next...

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