Civil Aeronautics Board

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Civil Aeronautics Board:

see Federal Aviation AdministrationFederal Aviation Administration
(FAA), component of the U.S. Department of Transportation that sets standards for the air-worthiness of all civilian aircraft, inspects and licenses them, and regulates civilian and military air traffic through its air traffic control centers.
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As soon as the Civil Aeronautics Board regulations ended and fares became competitive, wages also came under competition.
As head of the defunct Civil Aeronautics Board during the Carter years, "the architect of deregulation" pushed for free markets in the airline industry, ushering in an age in which virtually every slob in America could afford to fly and providing an unassailable example of markets delivering better prices and greater safety than government regulation.
The restoration of the pact is also only good for three months or until the perceived commercial imbalance in the agreement is resolved, the Philippines' Civil Aeronautics Board said.
The Taiwanese did not appear too excited about the development, however, noting the Philippine Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) imposed preconditions on the operations of China Airlines and Eva Air which were not provided for in the 1996 air agreement.
The solution isn't what the Times calls "re-regulation," by which it must mean a return to the days of the Civil Aeronautics Board and regulated routes and fares.
Before joining the Georgetown faculty, he worked at the Federal Trade Commission, the Civil Aeronautics Board, and the Federal Reserve Board.
With SEC nods, the next process will involve submission of requests to get approvals from the Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) and the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP).
The airline can now fly international routes after the directive was approved and sent to the Civil Aeronautics Board.
The Airline Deregulation Act of 1978 actually eliminated the Civil Aeronautics Board, along with many of its regulations.
1, the Philippines' Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) unilaterally scrapped a 1996 air pact with Taipei after it accused Taiwanese carriers of carrying more passengers than allowed under the deal, and of flying passengers onward from Taipei in violation of the agreement.
Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) member Franklin Ebdalin said Wednesday they are still waiting for official word from Taipei regarding the situation.
We don't have to go back to the old days of the Civil Aeronautics Board and regulated routes and fares to have a just system.