Aviation Safety Legislation

The Airline Safety and Federal Aviation Administration Extension Act of 2010 (PL 111-216) was signed into law on August 1, 2010.  For a summary of the provisions included in this new law, please click here.

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Links to Inspector General Reports

FAA and Industry Are Advancing the Airline Safety Act, but Challenges Remain To Achieve Its Full Measure

Growth of Domestic Airline Code Sharing Warrants Increased Attention

Links to Legislation

PL 111-216 - The Airline Safety and Federal Aviation Administration Extension Act of 2010 - Officially signed into law on August 1, 2010

House Bill H.R. 5900 - Airline Safety and Federal Aviation Administration Extension Act of 2010

Senate Bill S.1163 - Bill introduced by Senator Charles Schumer (NY) mandating a non-industry expert to participate in the FAA Administrator’s Management Advisory Council

Senate Bill S.1283 - Bill introduced by Senator Charles Schumer (NY) mandating air carriers to fully disclose the actual operator of each flight segment during the booking process

Senate Bill S.1284 - Bill introduced by Senator Olympia Snowe (ME) mandates several critical safety issues be reflected in new FAA regulations and new processes be implemented to ensure one level of safety across all air carriers

House Bill H.R.915 - FAA Reauthorization Bill that includes several amendments relating to aviation safety

House Bill H.R.3371 - Airline Safety and Pilot Training Improvement Act of 2009 - Stand-alone aviation safety bill passed by the House on October 13th by a vote of 409-11.

Senate Bill S.1451 - FAA Air Transportation Modernization and Safety Improvement Act - the Senate's FAA Reauthorization Bill with numerous aviation safety provisions related to the issues associated with Flight 3407

Senate Bill S.1744 - Enhancing Flight Crewmembers' Training - Proposed by Senator Charles Schumer (NY), requiring all pilots to have an Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) license prior to being hired by a commercial airline.

Other Related Links

Press Release on the Passage of H.R. 3371 - House approves new air safety bill.

Air Line Pilots Association White Paper - 'Producing a Professional Airline Pilot'

Coalition of American Pilots Association's Support of Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) License Requirement

www.ntsb.gov - National Transportation Safety Board

www.faa.gov - Federal Aviation Administration

www.congress.org - Congressional website to lookup your local congressmen and track their stance on issues

www.planesafe.org - National Air Disaster Alliance/Foundation (NADA/F): A group comprised of survivors and family members impacted by previous aviation disasters

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