Illegal charter operations are a growing problem in the industry, and more must be done to address that, the National Air Transportation Association (NATA) said during an FAA General Aviation Safety Summit. In a series of Air Charter Town Hall meetings held across the U.S. this year, NATA visited with Part 135 and aircraft-management companies. Their No. 1 concern is illegal charter operations, said Bill Deere, NATA executive vice president. “We see it as a burgeoning problem,” ...

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