Regional airline and air taxi operators strongly oppose certain elements of the FAA's Commuter Operations and General Certification rule, claiming many of the requirements should be eliminated because they are too costly or provide no safety benefit. Both the Regional Airline Assn. (RAA) and National Air Transportation Assn. (NATA) generally support the concept of a single level of safety within the U.S. air transportation network, but object to specific provisions in the proposed ...

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