The concept of Aviation Law stipulates such issues about flights, including the commercial factors involved in aviation practices. FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) is the body charged with the responsibility of regulating matters relating to aviation, being guided by the laws passed by states who are not solely in a position of controlling flight issues which federal law cover. Internationally, though, ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization) being a section of United Nations, takes charge in the regulation of aviation aspects. Even though there could be a few conflicts here and there due to the complexity of aviation law and the fact that several legal bodies oversee the law, the Aviation Law has proved to be very vital and helpful in as far as flight issues are concerned. Surprisingly enough, this was the only concept I was familiar with before I began studying the Aviation Law in details.
However, having had the opportunity of thoroughly learning about the law, there are numerous things I managed to learn and have a clearer view of. Precisely, this course has enlightened me on several aspects of the United States legal system, the sources and types of law, the aviation regulations with its enforcement actions and medical certification. I also gained more insight into the aviation accident law, aviation criminal and labor laws, airport ownership and operations, airport zoning and noise, and airport development and funding.
The detailed knowledge of FAA operations and roles in aviation is the part that has impacted on me. This is because of its importance and the authority it holds in making sure there is safety and sanity in flight matters since it started operating in the year 1958. I discovered that FAA has some responsibilities without which the aviation sector would encounter serious problems. FAA, for instance, promotes safety in flight business and ensures it is at per with the national defence requirements. To ensure safe and efficient airspace, FAA regulates military and civil activities in the passable air. Promotion and development of non-military Aeronautics are also one of its primary functions. The consolidation of research and development about navigation facilities, installation and operation of such facilities is another major role of this body. The last and most captivating responsibility of FAA is how it controls sonic booms, aircraft noise and other impacts civil aircraft makes on the environment. FAA does this by overseeing the development and implementation of regulations and such programs which aim at controlling these challenges.
Of course familiarizing myself with the vital information about the Federal Aviation Administration, its core purpose and specific mandates in the aviation sector was a positive step towards my career development. Specifically, this concept will influence my performance as soon as my career in aviation commences. This is because understanding and appreciating the reasons for the existence of FAA in the air transport sector is unavoidable if my career is to be successful. Again, the continuous research and development undertaken by this body will be very helpful in my career in such a way that my understanding of the facilities used for air navigation will improve with the new ideas out of the research findings. Finally, due to the existence of many problems occurring during flights, solutions have to be realized, especially for the sonic boom effects and other environmental factors. Knowing about how the Federal Aviation Administration deals with these issues definitely will be a big plus in realizing my