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2002 NBAA Update Archives

December 30, 2002
TSA Issues Final Private Charter Security Rule
FAA Clarifies Flightdeck Security Requirements
FAA To Hold Several High-Altitude Redesign Program Briefings

December 23, 2002
TSA May Split Waiver Office
FAA Updates Special Traffic Procedures For Super Bowl XXXVII
Terrorism Risk Insurance Act Affects Business Aircraft Operators

December 16, 2002
NBAA Board Implements Succession Plan
TSA To Launch Pilot Security Project At Teterboro
TSA Federal Security Directors List Updated

December 9, 2002
FAA Public Forum Slated To Discuss CIP Weather Product
Denver ARTCC Ski Country Paper Available
Teterboro RNAV Runway 6 Approach Published

December 2, 2002
TSA Moving to New Department of Homeland Security
FAA Delays Formation of New Rulemaking Committee
Airport Watch Hotline Operational Today

November 25, 2002
NBAA Security Council Met Last Week, Developed New Procedures
NBAA Received Update On Private Charter Security Rule
Admiral Loy Sworn In As Under Secretary For Security

November 18, 2002
The Security Threat Continues
NBAA's Dallas/Fort Worth-Area Business Aviation Forum a Success
Dulles Reachbac Luncheon Is This Wednesday

November 11, 2002
Outgoing 107th, Incoming 108th Congress Working On Aviation
Compliance Date For 12-5 Standard Security Program Extended
Thursday's Dallas/Fort Worth Forum Expected To Be Well Attended

November 4, 2002
Details of 12-5, Private Charter Security Programs Not Yet Available
FAA Expands Implementation of Public RNAV DPS And STARS
Comments On Picture Identification Requirements Rule Due Nov. 27

October 28, 2002
NBAA Deeply Saddened By Loss of U.S. Senator Paul Wellstone (D-MM) and Members of His Family, Staff and Aircraft Crew
Pilots Required To Carry Photo IDs Beginning Today
NBAA Urges Members To Comment On Burbank Part 161 Study

October 21, 2002
GA Coalition Meets With TSA
World Series TFRs In Place
House & Senate Adjourn Until November 12

October 14, 2002
FAA Issues Airfield and Aircraft Security Alert
Some Operators Have Not Received 12-5 Security Program
FAA Issues Notice of Investigation of SMO Access Restrictions

October 7, 2002
NBAA's Olcott Has Positive Meeting With TSA's Loy
TSA Reports No Firm Plans To Permit GA Ops To DC's South Street Heliport
FAA Extends NBAA's Small Aircraft Exemption - New Number 7897

September 30, 2002
FAA Clarifies Airspace Restrictions Over Sporting Events
TSA Announces Private Charter Standard Security Program
FAA AC 93-1 Goes Into Effect Tomorrow

September 23, 2002
Fractional Rule Approved By FAA, Now Under DOT Review
12-5 Rule Comments Due To TSA By Next Monday, September 30
TCAS Guidance Available For NBAA Members

September 16, 2002
Many TFRs Remain In Effect
Marion C. Blakey Sworn In As New FAA Administrator
NBAA 55th Annual Meeting & Convention A Record Breaker

September 9, 2002
Operators Should Check NOTAMS for Changes in TFRs
NBAA 55th Annual Meeting & Convention Opens Tomorrow
For News and Views of the NBAA Convention, Visit This Week

September 2, 2002
Scope of 9/11 TFRs Still Being Debated By Government Officials
A Record-Setting NBAA2002 Begins in Less Than Eight Days
NBAA Announces Keynote Speakers, American Spirit Award Winners

August 26, 2002
NBAA2002 Preparing For Takeoff, Begins In 15 Days
NBAA Static Display To Feature More Than 120 Aircraft
Join NBAA By Sept. 12 And Receive Two Free Convention Registrations

August 19, 2002
Only Once Each Year...NBAA2002 Begins In Just Three Weeks
Register For NBAA2002 By August 23 and Save $25
Tax Conference to be Held On Monday and Tuesday This Year

August 12, 2002
Complacency Is Not An Effective Countermeasure
Security Information Online
NBAA2002 Kicks Off Just Four Weeks From Tomorrow

August 5, 2002
NBAA2002 Kicks Off Just Five Weeks From Tomorrow
Tax Conference, Q&A Sessions Scheduled During Convention
6th Annual Chairman's Charity Classic To Support Challenge Air

July 27, 2002
NBAA2002 Begins Just Six Weeks From Tomorrow
Senate Support Now Needed To Pass Capacity/Meigs Bill
Apply For TSA Waivers Early

July 22, 2002
DOT Indicates DCA Closed to GA For Now; Timetable for Removing Restrictions Uncertain
DOT to Consider Creation of a Working Group to Accelerate GA Security Solutions
Loy Nominated as New TSA Chief After Magaw Resigns

July 15, 2002
NBAA2002 Begins Just Eight Weeks From Tomorrow
Security Concerns Continue For Federal Regulators
Compensation Survey Results Available To Participants On August 1

July 8, 2002
Twelve-Five Standard Security Program Now Available
Milwaukee NOTAM Grounds MKE-Based Members
TSA Continues To Announce Federal Security Directors

July 1, 2002
NBAA Members Urged To Monitor Independence Day TFRs
Kohl "Disappointed" By TSA; Wants Screening For More Charter Aircraft
TSA Assumes Responsibility For Air Traffic Waivers

June 24, 2002
Chicago-Area Business Aviation Forum Debuts This Week
TSA Releases New Large Charter Aircraft Security Rule
House Passes Bill To Assist Small Airports

June 17, 2002
NBAA Disappointed With Delay In Return of General Aviation To DCA
DOJ Rescinds Advance Consent of Foreign Nationals
DOJ Issues Proposed Rule For Flight Training Candidate Checks Program

June 10, 2002
Announcement On DCA Access Expected This Week
Security Information Available On NBAA Web Site
Department of Homeland Security Presents Challenges, Opportunities

June 3, 2002
Reagan National Airport Access Procedures Delayed
TSA Effectively Delays 12-5 Security Program For 60 Days
Success of EBACE Indicates Growing European Market

May 27, 2002
Business Aviation Operators Meet This Week In Geneva
Chicago Business Aviation Forum Exhibitor List Grows
NBAA Issues Comments On Commuter Aircraft Security

May 20, 2002
The Threat Continues
Get To Know Your TSA Federal Security Director
Chicago Business Aviation Forum To Feature Security Panel

May 13, 2002
NBAA Testifies In Support Of General Aviation Access To DCA
Why GA Access To DCA Is Important To All NBAA Members
FAA Releases DRVSM Notice Of Proposed Rulemaking

May 6, 2002
Urgent Member Action Needed to Save GA Relief Bill
NBAA to Testify About Impact of General Aviation Ban at DCA
Fifth Monthly Briefing On GA Operations At DCA to be Held May 13

April 29, 2002
Senate Committee Passes O'Hare Expansion Bill, Protects Meigs
NBAA to Testify About Impact of General Aviation Ban at DCA
ABAG and NBAA Announce Premiere of LABACE

April 22, 2002
Naples Enforces Ban On Stage 2 Operations
Tomorrow Is Deadline For Twelve-Five Program Comments
An Expanded EBACE2002 Opens Five Weeks From Tomorrow

April 15, 2002
FAA's First DRVSM Seminar Well Attended
DCA Airline Service Back to Pre-9/11 Totals, GA Access Still to Come
Business Aviation Safety Record Improves

April 8, 2002
TSA May Issue Proposed Rule Next Month for GA Access to DCA; Passenger Screening Eexpected
Haneda (RJTT) Open For International Flights; Expands Hours
Reminder: FAA Waivers Required For Intl. Flights Not Using Portals

April 1, 2002
NBAA Urges Return to DCA in White House Meeting
April 8 Briefing About GA Access to DCA
NBAA Cautions Members Seeking 135 Certification

March 25, 2002
NBAA Hopeful Regarding Tomorrow's White House Meeting Re: DCA
NBAA Requests Member Support to Restore GA Access to DCA
Over 1,000 Charter Manifests Transmitted to Customs Via NBAA

March 18, 2002
DCA Returns To Pre-9/11 Airline Schedule But GA Still Banned
NASA To Conduct Security Survey
Senate Introduces GA Relief Bill

March 11, 2002
TSA Chief Magaw Meets With NBAA Board of Directors
Hundreds of Charter Manifests Transmitted To U.S. Customs Via NBAA.ORG
House Hears Plans For Chicago Capacity Expansion

March 4, 2002
Part 135 Operators May File Crew/Pax Manifests Via NBAA.ORG
NBAA Holds Third DCA Access Update
NBAA Requests Member Support To Restore GA Access To DCA

February 25 2002
New Part 135 Crew/Pax Manifest Filing Procedures Take Effect
SLOA Procedure Nearing End of First FAA Review
DCA/SLOA Update #3 Will Be Held Next Monday, March 4

February 18, 2002
TSA Requires New Security Procedures For Charter Operators
TSA Releases Civil Aviation Security Rules
FAA Requests Pilots To Review Olympic Ring Procedures

February 11, 2002
Olympic Operations Limited But Functional
VFR Access To BMC Restored
Results of February 4 DCA Briefing

February 4, 2002
Acute Security Concerns Prevail At FAA, DOT, Secret Service
Briefing About GA Access To DCA
Government Responds To NBAA's SLOA Proposal

January 28, 2002
Salt Lake City Olympic TFR Update
FAA Issuing Blanket Waivers For International Trips
NBAA Anticipates New Orleans TFR For Super Bowl

January 21, 2002
FAA Issues 2002 Olympic Winter Games SFAR
Mexican Landing Permit Information/Forms Now Available In English
DOJ Issues Guidance For Aviation Training of Aliens

January 14, 2002
Schedulers & Dispatchers Meet in Orlando
Mexico Landing Permits Now Required
Domestic RVSM Going Forward

January 7, 2002
FAA Responds Favorably to NBAA "SLOA" Proposal
Challenger Crash in Birmingham, England
Change of Venue for Jan. 9 ATC User Dialogue