by Charles Simmons

US Customs and Border Protection Website

Regulatory Requirement for a Master Crew List

What is a Master Crew List and Why is it Required? (Universal Weather)

eAPIS Website

Visa Waiver Program

Prohibited and Restricted Items

CBP Private Air APIS Guide

CBP Preclearance of General Aviation Summary Guide 

Order US Customs Decal

The Trusted Traveler Programs (Global Entry, TSA Pre✓®, SENTRI, NEXUS, and FAST)

US Department of Labor Website

U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)

Fair Labor Standards Act


Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)

The Civil Right Act of 1964

Whistleblower Protections

Find Your States Employment Protection Agencies 

Freedom of Information Act

Find Labor Laws Specific to Your State

Protected Classes in Employment Discrimination (HG Legal Resources)

US Department of Transportation

Air Carrier Economic Authority

Fillable OST-4507 Form

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Website

European Union Emissions Trading Scheme (EU-ETS) (NBAA)

Aviation Environmental Policy

ICAO Environmental Protection

Noise Pollution Issues

FAA Website

FSIMS (8900)

Advisory Circulars

Airworthiness Directives

Aircraft Registration

Airman Medicals (FAA MedExpress, Get a Copy of Your Medical, Find an AME)

Safety Assurance System (SAS) External Portal

WebOPSS Field User Guide 2012

WebOPSS Log In Page

FAA’s Hazardous Materials Compliance Program

Dangerous Goods Operations Manual Information

 IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations (IATA DGR) manual

TSA Website

Aviation Security Advisory Committee

General Aviation Airspace Waiver

DCA Access Standard Security Program

Aviation Security Programs for Private and Commercial Operators

Understanding the TFSSP (NATA)

How to Request the Twelve-Five Standard Security Program (NBAA)

Known Crewmember Website

Sign Up for KCM at NATACS

Criminal History Records Check (CHRC)

TSA Disqualifying Offences

TFSSP Start-up Checklist (NATA)

OSHA Website

Is Your Aviation Company Subject to OSHA Regulations?

FREE OSHA Facility Safety Audit Guide      

ALAN ARMSTRONG Attorney at Law

Long ago and far, far away, Alan began his career as an attorney by working on whatever case came his way in the form of criminal and family law work.

However, his passion has always been aviation. He learned to fly when he was 16. In July 2016, he locked himself away for several weeks in his law library and worked on passing the test to become an ATP. In between learning to fly and getting his ATP, he became a CFI, aerobatic pilot who flies in airshows in his “Kate,” the Japanese Bomber, and an AT-6.

Hepworth Holzer, LLP

We protect the rights of aviation accident victims throughout the state of Idaho

Are you a victim of an aviation accident or did you lose someone due to an aviation accident? First, we offer our most sincere condolences. Whether the accident was on a helicopter, corporate jet, or Boeing 747, we are here to be your fierce ally. Our Boise aviation accident lawyers want to help you get the justice you deserve. Don’t hesitate to call us as soon as you possibly can. We will listen to the details of your case and guide you through what your next legal action should be. Call and set up your free initial consultation today.

The Beasley Firm

For the past 60 years, The Beasley Firm has been a legendary national leader in the areas of aviation law, catastrophic injuries, and wrongful death. The firm has been successful in winning awards for our clients totaling well over $2 billion dollars. We prepare every case for trial so that we are always one step ahead of the opposition.

Wisner Law Firm

Wisner Law Firm specializes in aviation law & aviation litigation. We are committed to helping clients determine the cause of an aviation disaster, identify the responsible parties, and hold them accountable. Our aviation law firm represents plaintiffs that have been injured or lost a loved one in an airplane accident.

Shackelford, Bowen, McKinley & Norton, LLP

Shackelford has an internationally-recognized aviation law practice, composed of attorneys with a deep well of aviation industry and aviation law experience. We understand the needs of our aviation industry clients and provide a full range of legal advice with respect to all aspects of their aviation legal issues and challenges.

Coats & Evans, P.C.

Coats & Evans not only represents the aviation community, it is an active participant. Coats & Evans uses three aircraft to support its active practice. These aircraft enable Coats & Evans’ attorneys to travel quickly and efficiently to trials, hearings, depositions, inspections and meetings without submitting to the vagaries and risk of airline schedules, delays, routes and security concerns. This capability saves Coats & Evans’ clientele significant legal fees otherwise incurred in travel time.

CenterPoint Aviation Law 

CenterPoint Aviation Law regularly counsels clients on compliance with the Federal Aviation Regulations, federal excise tax exposure and federal income tax planning including addressing depreciation, 1031 like-kind exchange, personal use of corporate aircraft and other potential federal tax issues. We also assist clients with aviation related state and local sales, use and property tax planning issues, and FAA and Cape Town International Registry registration, ownership trusts, aircraft management and charter agreements and joint ownership arrangements.

We take a proactive approach to guiding your team of aircraft brokers, lenders, insurers, lawyers, technical representatives, accountants, pilots, management and charter companies, escrow agents, owner trustees, qualified intermediaries and other personnel through all aspects of buying, selling, owning and operating private aircraft. Our referral network will save you valuable time and energy in selecting qualified aviation service providers.

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