AIN Online - Kerry Lynch

Delays in passage pushes FAA bill to 2024

Business aviation leaders are encouraged that FAA’s leadership has settled in place and that Congress has crafted a multi-year FAA reauthorization bill they believe will foster new technology, sustainability, and workforce. However, the five-year reauthorization bill has been hung up in Congress, and leaders hope for quick passage early in 2024 to provide the FAA the wherewithal to move on those issues.

In addition, leaders are watching an array of issues before the agency this year that range from the implementation of safety management systems (SMS) and a looming new special federal aviation regulation (SFAR) for advanced air mobility (AAM) to the possible reshaping of Part 380, all of which the business aviation community has weighed in on through comments.

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