The exemption request includes only the rules prohibiting air carriers from allowing aircraft to remain on the tarmac for more than three hours in the case of domestic flights, and for more than four hours in the case of international flights, before allowing passengers to deplane, and is intended to provide airlines with the operating flexibility to respond to the expected flight delays resulting from the FAAOs
delay plans.O The original rule was put into place in 2010 and also specifies that airlines must keep toilets open and provide water and other essentials for flyers caught for hours on the tarmac.
HuertaOs formidable transportation policy experience has already enabled him to achieve remarkable progress during his tenure as the FAAOs
GA Telesis and its airline customer have complied with the FAAOs
requirements and subsequently GA Telesis filed this legal action after GKN refused to honor its guarantee.
AD is based on service bulletins originally issued by Boeing in 2010.
first published rulemaking to address PEDs came as long ago as 1966, prompted by concerns that portable FM radio receivers could interfere with VOR nav systems.
In response to the release of the new rest rules, USAPA President Captain Mike Cleary stated, "The new rule demonstrates troubling inconsistencies in its application to cargo operations and, therefore, fails to meet the FAAOs
stated goal of One Level of Safety.
Among its most recent actions to combat pilot fatigue, ALPA co-chaired the FAAOs
Aviation Rulemaking Committee, which made recommendations to the government regarding this important rule, with the determined goal of advancing safety.
United said that it is reviewing the letter and will cooperate to resolve the FAAOs