July 26, 2017

Administration Reduces Federal Regulations

From: Aviation News Today


The DOT list includes a rulemaking that “would have required certificated airports to complete a wildlife hazard assessment (WHA) and a wildlife hazard management plan (WHMP) to identify and mitigate wildlife hazards.” The FAA had previously determined that a separate rulemaking involving Safety Management Systems “should accomplish the same goal.”

AAAE and ACI-NA have been working together to urge the Administration to reduce red tape and eliminate unnecessary federal regulations that hamper airports around the country. Earlier this year, the two organizations shared a long list of specific airport regulatory relief proposals with White House officials.

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