On January 26, 2021, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), issued an order, requiring operators to collect, store and verify documentation on the current COVID-19 status of inbound international air passengers traveling to the United States.
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February 16, 2021
Today, NATA Compliance Services (NATACS) announced the launch of CDCCheck™, its brand-new touchless and digitized solution to comply with the CDC Order addressing all international inbound air passengers.Read More
NATACS is deploying technology advancements, beginning Monday, December 21st. Among the new systems deployed, we have upgraded our Customer Support technology to include communications (Voice, Chat, Email).Read More
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Tuesday, December 17, 2019Read More
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This Thursday, December 19, 2019, all administrative users will be required to provide a two-factor authentication (2FA) code when logging into their NATACS account.Read More
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Looking to use a contract instructor or a contract check airman in your training program? This month, the FAA released a new InFO (Information for Operators) regarding those individuals and developed information that can help you meet those requirements.
A recent Forbes editorial by Joann Muller hardly painted a rosy picture for Business aviation. The article, titled Smelling Freedom, GM Better Not Get A Corporate Jet For Christmas was centered on GM. The US treasury had just announced plans to sell 200 million shares back to GM and its intentions to divest the remaining amount within the next 12-15 months. In her editorial, Joann said, “if GM goes out tomorrow and buys a jet for its executives, shareholders might as well dump their stocks now because it means all the progress the company has made over the past three and a half years has been wasted.” This led many, especially those outside the industry to wonder about the benefits of having a corporate plane.
TSA would like to remind operators participating in the DCA Access Standard Security Program (DASSP), Private Charter Standard Security Program (PCSSP) and Twelve-Five Standard Security Program (12/5) to inform the Transportation Security Clearinghouse or NATA Compliance Services when a credential holder is no longer part of the program. This will ensure that program participant data is updated according to established data retention policies.