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@TaberLawGroup attorney @smtaber mentioned in LaJolla Light article about aircraft noise in LaJolla, CA

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FAA Is Audited YET AGAIN by DOT Inspector General for Its Progress With NextGen

When the FAA Modernization and Reform Act of 2012 was signed into law on February 14, 2012, it included provisions intended to advance the “Next Generation Air Transportation System” or “NextGen” as it has been called for several years now.  One of the primary purposes of NextGen is to transform the management of the nations’ air traffic from a ground-based radar system to one that is satellite-based for improved safety, capacity and efficiency.  Because of the importance that Congress and the FAA have put on NextGen, it should come as no surprise that on the anniversary of the passage of the FAA Modernization and Reform Act that the USDOT Inspector General’s office announced that it was responding to Congress’ request to review FAA’s progress in meeting the NextGen provisions of the Act and has begun an audit that will (1) assess FAA’s progress and (2) identify challenges preventing FAA from the provisions of the Act.  This is ahead of the House Aviation Subcommittee’s hearing on February 27, 2013, at 10:30a entitled Implementation of the FAA Reauthorization and Reform Act: One Year Later.

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ICAO Says It Is Making Progress on New Aircraft CO2 and Noise Standards

The International Civil Aviation Organization’s Committee on Aviation Environmental Protection issued a press release on February 14, 2013, stating that it has “made important progress” on the aircraft certification procedures for a new CO2 standard for craft as well as a new “global noise standard that will result in quieter skies and airports.”
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