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When Do Things Change for Recreational Operators? The FAA Reauthorization Timeline

The FAA Reauthorization Act repealed Section 336, which protected recreational drones from new regulations. An aeronautical knowledge test and new requirements are in store for hobby flyers ... read more

Things To Watch In The New FAA Reauthorization

Law360 (October 3, 2018, 7:11 PM EDT) -- Congress' swift passage of a five-year reauthorization of the Federal Aviation Administration advances meaningful infrastructure investment, embraces aviation ... read more

New FAA Reauthorization Bill Tackles Seat Size, Supersonic Jets

On Wednesday, the House passed H.R. 6897 which gives the FAA the ... this year's reauthorization bill, arguing that separating it from the FAA—and by extension the Congressional appropriations process ... read more

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FAA Reauthorization Act Passes, Affects Drone Users

On October 5, President Trump signed the FAA Reauthorization Act of 2018, funding the Federal Aviation Administration through 2023. The law includes several new measures that could affect drone ... read more

New FAA Rules for Drones Go Into Effect

Last week saw the 2018 FAA Reauthorization Act become law, and the new legislation has quite a ... Aviation Administration has regulated such things in the past. Way back in 1981, the FAA issued ... read more

6 Things Congress Changed About Air Travel (and One Big Thing They Didn’t)

Here’s how the new law will affect how you fly. The FAA Reauthorization was signed by President Trump last Friday afternoon. The new law addresses complaints travelers have been raisings for years (sh... read more

New law gives feds the ability to take down drones

Embedded within the FAA Reauthorization Act of 2018 signed into law by President Donald Trump last week was a provision that gives federal authorities the ability to shoot down or otherwise disable dr... read more

Will Drones and Planes be Treated as Equals by FAA?

But what happens then? The 2018 FAA Reauthorization Act does not simply repeal Section 336, it also details the new rules the agency would impose on unmanned aircraft and their operators. read more

LeClairRyan Webinar Explores FAA Reauthorization Act of 2018

Oct. 8, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- A freely available, 90-minute webinar recording by LeClairRyan aviation attorneys provides an informative overview of the 1,200-page FAA Reauthorization ... While the legi... read more

Bipartisanship can – and does – exist in Washington

Additionally, the new law provides certainty that employers ... As Capitol Hill celebrates a bipartisan achievement of passing the FAA Reauthorization bill this month, it’s only fitting that ... read more

Suozzi reaches across party lines to move legislation forward

According to northeast Queens Congressman Tom Suozzi, “getting things done” is a bipartisan effort. Suozzi said that bipartisanship has always been his belief while serving as representative of New .. ... read more

Congress authorizes feds to 'disrupt' drones, worrying civil libertarians

With a 10-pound metal drone, “the physics are a lot less forgiving when the two things come together,” he said, potentially smashing through plexiglass windshields or taking out a plane’s wing. Buehle... read more

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