Industry advocates are continuing their push to convince the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) to overturn its approach to enforcement appeals. In a final rule released in October, NTSB denied the requests of industry advocates and other interested parties to drop its “assumption of truth” used in reviews of an FAA emergency certificate action. In reviews of whether FAA appropriately used emergency procedures for an enforcement action, the safety board assumes that FAA’s ...
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