This page is intended as a one-stop reference for information about reform of the FAA. Please check out the new report from the Eno Aviation Working Group, Time for Reform: Delivering Modern Air Traffic Control.
The information is organized into four areas:
- Action in the 115th Congress
Eno’s Aviation Working Group is a standing advisory group on all matters relating to aviation policy. The group provides Eno staff with insights, knowledge, feedback, and guidance on how to approach some of the most challenging contemporary aviation issues. The goal of the group is to
(1) educate the public at large as well as policy makers as to the importance of the aviation industry to the U.S. economy;
(2) identify the roadblocks to progress, innovation, and modernization; and
(3) propose bold, pragmatic policy solutions to help tackle those challenges.
Focus Areas for Current Work:
UAS Integration: Research alternatives for certifying and integrating unmanned aerial systems into the national airspace system and craft clear and actionable policy recommendations for a path forward
Workforce: Identify causes and solutions for workforce shortages across the industry to provide actionable recommendations for leaders
Policy Analysis: Provide analysis and recommendations to inform federal aviation policy related to funding and finance issues, air traffic control reform, and certification.
Airlines for America
Air Line Pilots Association
Airport Minority Advisory Council
Association of Equipment Manufacturers
International Air Transport Association
Japan International Transport Institute, USA (JITI)