Federal Aviation Administration

Comments of the Council on Wage and Price Stability: Domestic Flag, and Supplemental Air Carriers and Commercial Operators of Large Aircraft: Air Taxi Operators and Commercial Operators; Flight Crewmember and Duty Time Limitations and Rest Requirements

by Jay H. Walder December 10, 1980 Department of Transportation

The Council on Wage and Price Stability (Council) submits these comments on the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) August 1980 proposal to revise the flight and duty time limitations and rest requirements for flight crewmembers serving with domestic, flag, and supplemental air carriers, commercial operators and air taxi operators. The proposed rules, a supplement to an […]

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BEFORE THE FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION AIRCRAFT AND AIRPORT SECURITY; AIR CARRIER OPERATIONS

by Elizabeth Pinkston February 11, 1980 Federal Aviation Administration

The Council on Wage and Price Stability has submitted the attached comments concerning aircraft and airport security to the Federal Aviation Administration.

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Council Urges Noise Charges to Reduce Airport Noise

by Robert W. Crandall April 15, 1977 Environmental Protection Agency

If major airports were to adopt noise charges as the principal means of reducing airport noise, more noise abatement at lower costs would likely result, according to the Council on Wage and Price Stability. In a filing before the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), the Council urged FAA and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to encourage […]

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Council Opposes Federal Financing of Aircraft Noise Abatement

by Council on Wage and Price Stability December 1, 1976 Federal Aviation Administration

Attached is a statement by the Council on Wage and Price Stability’s Assistant Director (for Government Operations and Research), James C. Miller III, before the Secretary of Transportation, summarizing the Council’s views on the advisability of the Federal government’s providing financial support to aircraft operators for the purpose of enabling them to more easily cope […]

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Public Hearing: Financing of Aircraft Noise Reduction Requirements

by James C. Miller November 23, 1976 Federal Aviation Administration

Mr. Secretary; We are pleased to appear before you today to express the views of the Council on Wage and Price Stability concerning the issue of the financing requirements for aircraft noise reduction. My name is James C. Miller for Government Operations and Research. With me today is Dr. John F. Morrall III., one of […]

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Before the FAA: Use of Access Road to Dulles International Airport

by Roger Mallet November 4, 1976 Federal Aviation Administration

  The Council on Wage and Price Stability (Council) submits this Petition to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) pursuant to Section 11.25 of FAA rules (14 C.F.R. Section 11.25). The Petition requests that the FAA initiate a rulemaking proceeding and schedule a public hearing to consider an amendment to an FAA rule as follows: 1. […]

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COUNCIL URGES OPENING OF DULLES ACCESS ROAD TO COMMUTERS

by Council on Wage and Price Stability November 4, 1976 Federal Aviation Administration

  Washington-area commuters should be allowed to use the Dulles access road, the Council on Wage and Price Stability said today in a petition to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).   In an analysis filed with the petition, the Council noted that the road is greatly underused even though many commuters presently use it in […]

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Council Comments on EPA Proposal to Reduce Noise Level Surrounding Airports

by Council on Wage and Price Stability November 28, 1975 Environmental Protection Agency

The Council on Wage and Price Stability today said that revised procedures for aircraft noise abatement proposed by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) would be cost-effective and thus anti-inflationary. The Council was commenting on proposed regulations submitted by EPA to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)…

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Comments of the Council on Wage and Price Stability in Response to Notice of Proposed Rulemaking: Noise Abatement Regulation Submitted by EPA to FAA

by Michael H. Moscow November 26, 1975 Environmental Protection Agency

The Council on Wage and Price Stability (” the Council”) hereby submits its comments on the proposal that the Environmental Protection Administration (EPA) submitted to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to bring about a reduction in the noise environment surrounding airports through changes in landing operating procedures (40 FR 44256, September 25, 1975). The Federal Aviation Act of 1958 as amended […]

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Comments of the Staff of the Council on Wage and Price Stability Regarding EPA’s Proposed Noise Requirements for Civil Supersonic Airplanes

by Thomas D. Hopkins August 14, 1975 Federal Aviation Administration

The Council on Wage and Price Stability has submitted the attached comments to the Federal Aviation Administration. These comments assess the potential economic impact on the U.S. carriers of allowing foreign supersonic airplanes access to U.S. airports on a regular commercial basis.

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Impact of Proposed SST Flights on Pan American and TWA

by John F. Morrall August 6, 1975 Federal Aviation Administration

In estimating the demand for a wholly new travel option such as the SST, many assumptions and estimates must be made that greatly reduce the reliability of the projections. Lack of time and resources also handicapped this effort. However, I believe some reasonable inferences can be made based on the limited data presently available and […]

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Letter: From John V. Tunney, United States Senator, to Hon. William E. Simon, COWPS

by John V. Tunney June 3, 1975 Environmental Protection Agency

Dear Nr. Secretary: I have for some time been concerned about the impact of foreign supersonic transports on our environment, the public health and welfare, and on our economy. Recently, the Environmental Protection Agency published a proposed rulemaking which would permit current-design Concorde, the Anglo-French supersonic jet, and the TU-144, the Soviet supersonic, access to United States airports on a regular […]

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