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5 year Reauthorization...

Discussion in 'FAA News, Opinion and Articles' started by Rotorruss, Oct 3, 2018.

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    Rotorruss Hangar Silver Member III

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    ...well, the briefing on the 1200+ page bill on the way to 1600 Penn was interesting. Even the empire building management was unfamiliar with what was in the Act. That makes a 5 year Reauthorization a very dangerous shell game. NextGen, drones, certification etc. will all take lives of their own. The "biggly one" is boxed in and the fiefdoms will continue on it's merry way. Gone will be those who have the technical experience and here will come those who have auditing skills. Who cares, let the designees police themselves just like the carriers do now.

    So much for "draining the swamp"!!!
     
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    ... well, we'll see if NextGen is complete by 2020. Throwing 36 million at it helps??? Going after the hobbist model aircraft is a bit unfair. Thanks t would be like them going after EAA. AMA has been a peaceful organization and operates a fairly safe operation. I guess they didn't schmooze the right congressman and will soon have to be certified. That means that the ultralight vehicles are the only non certified operator entity.

    So much for "draining the swamp"!!
     

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