October 13, 2016
What Happens When An FBO Cannot Select Its Own Fuel Provider?
By Paul M. Grocki, Esq.
“If an airport sponsor forces a fuel provider on an FBO, the affected FBO can file a formal complaint against the sponsor pursuant to 14 C.F.R. Part 16. Complaints pursuant to Part 16 follow a process similar to traditional litigation in a civil court setting. Part 16 proceedings have strict and tight deadlines for pleading, discovery guidelines to obtain evidence, and in some cases a hearing may be held.”
Find the full article here in the National Air Transportation Association’s 2015 4th Quarter Aviation Business Journal.