Regulatory Affairs

The professionals at Volareé take pride in being your best source for reliable, trustworthy and expert regulatory compliance solutions. We work hard to stay up-to-date on FAA regulatory and policy changes, we verify the latest facts and pragmatically apply know-how to best benefit your organization, and we offer a strategis approach to operations management and your regulatory affairs plans and initiatives.

We are FAA recognized for our professionalism and our ability to expedite certain processes with regulators since we have a keen understanding of their needs and approach. At the same time, we work to understand your needs and perspectives and, collaboratively, we formulate a strategic approach to handing your regulatory affairs needs.

Many operators engage us to handle their regulatory affairs as their Agent for Service* or, in other cases we, are brought into the operation to evaluate the current state of affairs as well as any operational considerations that operations management may have. In those cases, we conduct gap-analysis for where the operation is today as compared to where it needs to be for sustainable compliance management and FAA oversight demands.

Our experts work with your operation to provide an objective approach to handling your air carrier’s needs from an FAA regulatory oversight standpoint. Whether your needs are for short-term or long-term solutions, you can count on the experts at Volareé to take care of your operation from an accountable-manager’s point of view. By having a keen understanding of FAA processes and expectations, you can count on us to deliver effective, acceptable, and sustainable solutions for the benefit of your operation.

Ask us how we can help formulate your regulatory affairs strategic approach today!

An agent for service is a person or company designated by the operator upon whom all legal notices, processes and orders, decisions, and requirements of the Department of Transportation (DOT), FAA, and National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) shall be served. Once any of these documents has been served upon the operator’s agent for service, the certificate holder cannot claim (legally) that it did not receive the documents. Title 49 of the United States Code (49 U.S.C.) § 46103 requires air carriers to designate an agent for service.

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