FAA proposes new limits on hiring former inspectors

11/20/2009 | SeattlePI.com

Airlines, flight schools, jet-share programs and other aviation interests could be limited in hiring former FAA inspectors for two years following the inspector's retirement. Under the rule proposed by FAA Administrator Randy Babbitt, former inspectors would not be allowed to represent aviation businesses in any matter before the FAA during a two-year "cooling-off" period. "We're committed to making sure operators don't hire their former FAA inspectors and create even a perception of inappropriate activities," Babbitt said in a news release.

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