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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Emirates was forced to stop operating the service last month after an extension from the Philippine Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) expired in January.
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.
"In my personal opinion," said Civil Aeronautics Board crash investigator Jack Carroll, "there is little doubt that the captain had deliberately gone back to the cabin to help the young soldier." Sadly, neither made it out of the wreckage alive.
Normally, such a request wouldn't have been necessary, but Hall, a regional director for the now-defunct Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB), was barred as a federal employee from campaign activities by the Hatch Act.
At all times, UPS's activities were regulated by the Interstate Commerce Commission (ICC), state transportation agencies, public utility commissions and the Civil Aeronautics Board. In connection with regulatory requirements, UPS's pricing structure was set forth in detailed tariffs filed with the ICC and most states' state transportation agencies.
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.
Philippine Civil Aeronautics Board official Franklin Ebdalin said Manila has not received an official response from Taipei on the scrapping of the pact but that Taiwanese carriers are believed to be planning to ignore the restrictions.
In 1978, Congress passed legislation abolishing the Civil Aeronautics Board and deregulating airlines.
The Civil Aeronautics Board has not issued its approval because the FAA computer systems cannot handle the load that would be added."
In a filing before the Civil Aeronautics Board, Cebu Pacific said it was seeking added flight entitlements to Hong Kong based on a provision under the Philippines-Hong Kong Air Services agreement that covers flights from Manila.
It has filed a petition with the Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) for the designation and allocation of entitlements to the United States of America under the Philippines-US Air Transport Agreement, and the revocation of the designation of Air Philippines (PAL Express).
THE Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) is currently crafting a policy penalizing local airlines that have chronically delayed flights, a move seen to force carriers to review the viability of their commercial flight plans and help improve the operations of airports across the Philippines.