Paul A. Lange was featured in Craig Picken’s Aerospace Executive Podcast discussing the changes and challenges in the today’s aviation industry. Paul discusses “illegal charter” and charter by the seat models by unwrapping the Hinman case that is currently in the United States District Court through the lens of time sharing agreements. He also discusses […]
By Alison L. Squiccimarro Conducting charter operations legally is expensive. You incur tremendous costs to comply with the Federal Aviation Regulations. You meet the rigorous record keeping requirements, meet stricter maintenance standards, implement pilot training and drug and alcohol testing programs, and maintain the requisite insurance required by Part 135. You manage your business consistent […]
On May 1, 2018 at the Aviation Insurance Association’s Annual Conference in Austin, Texas, Paul A. Lange moderated a panel that explored the organizational framework, risk and liability profiles of airshow accidents using actual examples. Airshows are by their very nature exhibitionist, seeking to entertain audiences by demonstrating the very extremes of aircraft and pilot […]
Paul A. Lange was named a 2017 Super Lawyer for Aviation and Aerospace, in both Connecticut and the New England Region. The Super Lawyers designation is based on regional balloting by attorneys, third-party research, and a peer review process encompassing myriad practice areas. Attorney Lange was also named a Super Lawyer in both Connecticut and the New England Region in 2014, 2015, and […]
On April 28, 2017, Paul Lange presented the views of aviation certificate holders on a three person panel at the 2017 International Air & Transportation Safety Bar Association (IATSBA) Spring Conference in Seattle entitled “Kinder, Gentler FAA.” For further information on IATSBA, please see www.iatsba.org.
On June 10, 2016, Paul Lange spoke to industry audiences about the hiring challenges faced by operators during a declining pilot supply at the National Air Transportation Association’s (NATA) 2016 Aviation Business Conference in Washington, D.C. For further information on NATA’s upcoming conferences, please visit their website or contact the firm for further information on the […]
On May 10, 2016, Paul Lange participated in a panel discussing ways of understanding the legal concepts of hangar subleasing at the National Air Transportation Association’s conference titled Essentials of Hangar Subleasing: From Risk to Revenue. For further information on the topics discussed, please don’t hesitate to contact the firm.
On May 2, 2016, Paul Lange spoke to industry audiences at the Aviation Insurance Association’s (AIA) 2016 Annual Conference on navigating the minefield of FAA Voluntary Disclosure Programs in Miami, Florida. For further information on AIA and their upcoming conferences, please visit their website or contact the firm for further information on the topics discussed.
On April 29, 2016, Paul Lange participated in a panel at the 2016 International Air & Transportation Safety Bar Association (IATSBA) Spring Conference presenting on FAA Airport Compliance Proceedings concerning 14 CFR Part 16. For further information on IATSBA and their upcoming conferences, please see their website. Also feel free to contact the firm for […]
On November 18, 2015, Paul Lange spoke to industry audiences at the National Business Aviation Association’s Annual Business Aviation Convention on navigating the current regulations of the rapidly growing crowdsourcing movement amongst Part 135 aircraft charter operators. For further information on NBAA, please see their website and please feel free to contact the firm for further […]