MPA LEGISLATION REPORT
February 2011

GREETINGS! First, Here is an update from Washington, D.C. The U.S. House-Transportation Security and Infrastructure Protection Committee requests an assessment of the progress and challenges of screening and securing U.S.-bound cargo.

Secondly, The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) reports that "serious runway incursions" at U.S. airports dropped by 50% year-over-year to just six in the 2010 fiscal year ended September 30TH, the second straight year serious incursions have been lowered by half.

Thirdly, National Air Transportation Association (NATA) via its Safety 1st program introduces its Customer Service, Safety & Security Training Module; www.nata.aero .

Missouri House of Representatives
Bills Indexed by Subject
AIRCRAFT AND AIRPORTS

None at present



Note: Here's your web site address for Texas Legislation:
www.texas.gov.
Look for Transportation-Aviation, to search all Aviation Bills.

Note: Here's your web site address for Illinois Legislation:
www.illinois.gov.
Look for Transportation-Aviation, to search all Aviation Bills.

All other states should follow this same format, to search your specific state's aviation and airport bills.

Remember, that as members of USPA, MPA, TPA, TXAA, NMPA, NPA, IPA, EAA, AOPA, or other pilot associations of which you may be a member, we have a powerful voice, in Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Texas, or whatever state you may represent. Every group of taxpayers and pilots carries a strong voice to Washington, D.C., as well as at the state and local level.
We need to learn how to use our voices, and speak up for general aviation.

So Let's not forget to exercise our privileges, and continue to make a "Difference for General Aviation."

SAFE FLYING!

Larry G. Harmon
Legislation Chairman
E-mail address: MPALHARMON228@aol.com


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