As the federal government goes into another shutdown the aviation sector will be able to continue operating. However, some services and functions will not be available form government agencies.
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Services Continuing to Function
The following aviation-related services will continue to function as the federal government is shutdown:
- FAA Registry which is responsible for aircraft registrations, renewals and other critical registry functions
- Air Traffic Control (ATC)
- Transportation Security Administration (TSA) checkpoints will remain open
- Low Altitude Authorization and Notification Capability (LAANC) and Drone Zone are Operational
- Custom Border Patrol will continue to function
Services That Will Be Shutdown
The following aviation-related services will not be available during the federal government shutdown:
- Issuance of airmen certificates
- Aeronautical Central Counsel is closed which means some FAA legal opinions will not be available
- Updates to FAA website and social media accounts will not be functioning
- Department of Transportation will suspend all non-essential legal functions related to acquisitions, aviation licensing, regulatory policies, and Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)
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