Posted on 9/25/2021
In a rare Saturday session, the House Budget Committee met this afternoon and favorably reported on a 20-17 vote a nearly 2,500 page, multi-trillion dollar reconciliation package that assembles a wide array of tax and spending proposals from 13 separ
The House Aviation Subcommittee held a hearing to discuss the increase in incidents involving disruptive and unruly airline passengers, the effect on passenger and crew safety and the enforcement of laws prohibiting such behavior.
AAAE responded to the FAA reopened comment period for the rulemaking on airport SMS. In the comments filed, AAAE emphasized the need for FAA to ensure they work collaboratively with industry on implementation of any new SMS regulatory requirements an
FAA released a Part 139 CertAlert informing Part 139 airport operators that airport emergency plans (AEP) should include instructions for responding to unauthorized UAS operations in the airport environment.
The House passed a CR that would temporarily fund the federal gov't through Dec. 3, suspend the debt ceiling and provide supplemental funding for disaster relief. The CR now goes to the Senate, where it faces strong, political headwinds.
The Senate Commerce Subcommittee on Tourism, Trade, and Export Promotion held a hearing to discuss draft bipartisan legislation, the Omnibus Travel and Tourism Act of 2021, which is intended to support the recovery of the travel and tourism economy..
DOT announced the award of $431.8 million in airport grants as part of the fiscal year (FY) 2021 Airport Improvement Program (AIP).
This morning, White House COVID-19 Coordinator, Jeffrey Zients, announced that the United States will reopen its borders to international travelers, as long as they are fully vaccinated, in early November.
President Biden issued two Executive Orders that require federal employees and contractors to be vaccinated. The federal employee EO states that “it is necessary to require COVID-19 vaccinations for all Federal employees, subject to such exceptions..
The House Homeland Security and Transportation Committees yesterday and early this morning, respectively, approved their portions of a $3.5 trillion reconciliation package.
The House Ways and Means Committee today approved a plan to reinstate Build America Bonds and advance refunding bonds – measures that could help airports finance infrastructure projects.
AAAE issued a statement regarding the upcoming 20th Anniversary of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.
Following passage earlier this summer of a massive $3.5 trillion package of Democratic spending and tax priorities, committees are busy assembling their respective pieces of the so-called Build Back Better reconciliation measure.
The Biden Administrated announced a series of new actions it will take across the federal government, with the support of industry, to produce $3B gallons of SAF and reduce aviation emissions by 20 percent 2030.
The House of Representatives briefly returned this week from its summer recess to settle on a path forward on infrastructure.
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