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Fairness to Pilots Act Enhances Pilots Bill of Rights

Paul A. Lange, Esq. was quoted in the January 16, 2019 National Business Aviation Association’s article, Fairness to Pilots Act Enhances Pilots Bill of Rights. “The Fairness to Pilots Act, Section 392 of the FAA Reauthorization Act of 2018, makes legislative tweaks to the Pilots Bill of Rights, further protecting pilots and other certificate holders […]

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FAA Enforcement Action: Understand the process and know how to respond

Paul A. Lange, Esq. was quoted in AEA’s Avionics News September 2018 article, FAA Enforcement Action: Understand the process and know how to respond. “Enforcement numbers are drastically lower in the past couple of years. The FAA’s overall goal is compliance, but that doesn’t mean they don’t still take formal enforcement action when they believe […]

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Compliance Philosophy: Latest buzz or effective method of oversight?

Christopher Poreda, Esq. was quoted in AEA’s Avionics News March 2018 article, Compliance Philosophy: Latest buzz or effective method of oversight?¬†on offices in the FAA embracing Compliance Philosophy. “Flight Standards has taken this to heart, but some other offices are not enthusiastic. For example, the Drug Abatement Office has a life of offenses and corresponding […]

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Enterprise Risk Management: Mitigating Financial, Legal, and Regulatory Risk

“This article is the third in a series of four articles examining enterprise risk management (ERM) in business aviation. ERM is a practical, evolutionary step for business aircraft operators that have achieved Stage 3 of the International Standard for Business Aircraft Operations (IS-BAO). ERM goes beyond the safety risk management, change management and basic emergency […]

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UAS at NBAA: U.S. Is Falling Behind

“While the rest of the world, especially Israel and Australia, move rapidly forward with commercial deployment of unmanned aircraft systems, the FAA’s slow formulation of regulations endangers the U.S. ability to compete. That was one observation that came out of an hour-long panel discussion attended by several hundred people at NBAA in Orlando this week…” […]

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Court Upholds FAA Authority

  “According to Stratford, Conn., lawyer Paul Lange, the town of East Haven was trying to block the Tweed New Haven Airport Authority from proceeding with an FAA-funded runway safety area project. The airport doesn’t meet FAA standards for overruns and the FAA is paying 95 percent of the cost of bringing it into compliance…” […]

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