CAA joins a group of 90 organizations, associations, and companies in a letter to the Administration and Congress urging the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to address the imminent, but preventable harm of Ligado’s proposed terrestrial network by staying and ultimately setting aside the Ligado Order. “The record convincingly demonstrates that the Order is legally and… [Read More]
The federal government should continue to work toward a reliable solution as the 5G rollout progresses, while ensuring all U.S. cargo hubs and networks maintain their current levels of operation to, from, and within the U.S.
Upon learning the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) may delay oceanic Air Traffic Control (ATC) operations of space-based ADS-B from 2022 to potentially 2028 or 2029, CAA joined interested aviation stakeholders in a letter to FAA Administrator Steve Dickson.
CAA joined a coalition of aviation employers, employees and transportation organizations to support prioritization of aviation workers receive the COVID-19 vaccine. The prioritization of aviation frontline workers for allocation of the vaccine should be part of the Administration’s implementation plan.
CAA urges the federal government duly consider affording priority access to vaccines for air cargo workers who volunteer for early vaccination.