The reallocation will allow the FAA to prevent further furloughs of air traffic controllers (through the end of the fiscal year). It is also anticipated that the increased operations account funding will stop the closure of contract air traffic control towers.
“ARSA continues to believe that Congress must give the FAA the resources to fulfill its congressionally mandated activities,” said Daniel Fisher, ARSA Vice President of Legislative Affairs. “When lawmakers don’t allow the FAA to carry out its basic functions the entire aviation industry suffers. While the legislation averts air traffic delays now, it is not a long-term solution to the FAA’s fiscal challenges.”
Update: On Jan. 14, 2021, ARSA distributed a member alert providing general guidance for U.S.-based repair stations with existing EASA supplements reviewing MAG 8. The alert provided access to a…Read More
ARSA’s online training program represents its most-valuable benefit to the aviation industry: knowledge gained through training and experience. The association’s team has turned its decades of work on behalf of…Read More
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On Jan. 8, the U.S. Department of Treasury published the Payroll Support Program Extension (PSP2)…Read More
January 12, 2021 | Categories:
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For the use of its members and the larger aviation community, ARSA is maintaining this page as a resource for virus-related updates on policy initiatives and business needs. Please bookmark…Read More