Covid-19: FAA Extends Only Some Deadlines

Newest SFAR pads some of the Covid-19 regulatory deadlines it extended in April, but not all of them.

As the Covid-19 pandemic’s effects on aviation stretched into the final calendar quarter of 2020, the FAA on October 1 released a final rule extending deadlines for “persons who have been unable to meet certain requirements during the national emergency” surrounding the disease. The updated special federal aviation regulation (SFAR 118-2) was scheduled to be […]
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