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2011 Air Charter Summit Continued from page 35 FAA Director of Flight Standards Service John Allen opened the FAA regulatory briefing by indicating that changes to technology have increased the FAA’s workload. Program (LASP) rulemaking. The LASP has left the TSA and is being reviewed by the Department of Homeland Security. Hofsass also discussed Temporary Flight Restrictions (TFRs), particularly those related to special events or presidential movements, suggesting DCA Access Standard Security Program (DASSP) participants might continue to have access to TFRs if they meet certain requirements. He also indicated changes could be coming for the DASSP. Charter Broker Guidance Dayton Lehman, Principal Deputy Assistant General Counsel, Office of Aviation Enforcement and Proceedings, U.S. DOT and Kent S. Jackson, Partner, Jackson & Wade, LLC, discussed recent DOT enforcement actions and possible new regulations that could impact operators and brokers. One ongoing concern in the industry is the brokering of empty legs. In this case, the broker or 135 operator lists “return” flights of one-way charters it has booked or of other one-way charters that it is aware of. The problem arises if the listing is so specific as to amount to a “schedule.” Typically a schedule is established if the air carrier offers - in advance - the departure location, departure time, and arrival location. Two types of aggregation are common: opaque aggregation (the possibility of assembling a customer group without actually offering a schedule) or self-aggregation (when individuals form a group, then retain a broker to secure a charter flight). Thousands of dollars were raised through this effort, but much more can be done to help support wounded warriors. Visit www.nata.aero/acs to find out how you can contribute funds, donate unused card member or fractional share flight hours, or give a corporate gift of flight hours. “I am especially pleased that a portion of the proceeds of this year’s Summit will help support the work of the Veteran’s Airlift Command,” said NATA President James K. Coyne. “I encourage everyone to visit www.nata.aero/acs to find out how they can continue to contribute to this noble and worthy cause.” Coyne added, “The solid turnout at this year’s Air Charter Summit illustrates an engaged and active Part 135 community. There is no shortage of issues facing Part 135 and NATA’s Air Charter Summit is the premier event to increase awareness of the existence of these issues and where they stand, provide a forum for discussion, and present resources to address questions and challenges.” Visit www.nata.aero/acs to obtain copies of speaker presentations. Veterans Airlift Command The 2011 Air Charter Summit also helped NATA and McFarren Aviation Consulting highlight their support of the Veteran’s Airlift Command (VAC). NATA and McFarren Aviation Consulting pledged $10 each per attendee with a combined minimum of $5,000 in addition to money and other contributions by NATA members and Summit attendees. The VAC is a charitable organization that provides free air transportation to wounded warriors, veterans and their families for medical and other compassionate purposes. Aviation Business Journal | 3rd Quarter 2011 37 http://www.nata.aero/acs http://www.nata.aero/acs http://www.nata.aero/acs

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