Monthly Archives: June 2008

House Aviation Subcommittee Hears Testimony About the Air Traffic Controller Situation

Yesterday, June, 11, 2008, the House Aviation Subcommittee heard testimony (click on link for video the hearing) on a situation that is becoming more dire as every day passes – Air Traffic Controllers are retiring, leaving a dearth of qualified, … Continue reading


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GAO Tells House Subcommittee That FAA Has Many Challenges Ahead of it In Its Effort to Hire Air Traffic Controllers

he Government Accountability Office published the testimony that Dr. Gerald Dilllingham gave to the  House Subcommittee on Aviation regarding the FAA’s efforts to hire and train more air traffic controllers. The Dr. Dillingham’s testimony, entitled “FAA’s Efforts to Hire, Staff … Continue reading

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Recent Court Decisions Regarding Aviation and Airport Development Law

Here are a few court  decisions that have come down recently regarding aviation and airport development law: Nadal v. FAA, Case No. 08-9509 (10th Cir., April 30, 2008).  Petitioner sought review of a NTSB order affirming the forty-day suspension of … Continue reading

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