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2024 FAA REAUTHORIZATION – WHAT’S IN IT AND WHAT DOES IT MEAN FOR YOU

COMPLIMENTARY WEBINAR

It appears we are fast approaching the FAA Reauthorization end game.  Virtually all of the provisions have been agreed upon, with just a few contentious issues to be resolved. At over 1,000 pages, there is a lot to digest,

The lights will stay on at the FAA, at least for now.  Last night, the Senate passed the House bill extending authorization for FAA funding through March 8, 2024.  The stop-gap measure had been held up since late last week by Sen. Michael Bennet (D-Colo.), over unrelated concerns about funding for the war in Ukraine. 

Want to know more about the 2024 Aviation Symposium?

We just announced a preliminary agenda for the three-day, in-person event, which is scheduled to takeoff February 6, 2024, at The Ritz Carlton, Tysons Corner in McLean, Virginia.

Several special guests will join our attorneys to present on cutting-edge aviation issues, including:

  • Aviation Mental Health, the

A Complimentary Webinar

Wednesday, November 15, 2023 | 1 – 2:30 pm ET | 10 – 11:30 am PT

Learn how to set the stage for a solid defense before litigation – or an accident – occurs. 

Join us for a detailed examination of the three most commonly asserted defenses: Government Contractor (GC), General Aviation

Registration is now open for the 2024 Aviation Symposium, which will take off February 6, 2024 at The Ritz Carlton, Tysons Corner in Virginia.

The three-day, in-person event will feature several panels and presentations, including:

  • The current state of the 1500-hour rule and what to expect in the year ahead
  • Implementing and maintaining appropriate internal