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[ON HOLD] Airspace Safety Act

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Drew Durrnil
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[ON HOLD] Airspace Safety Act

Postby Drew Durrnil » Fri May 14, 2021 9:37 am

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Airspace Safety Act
Category: Regulation | Area of Effect: Safety | Proposed by: Drew Durrnil


The World Assembly;


Noting GA #342 "Civilian Aircraft Accord", which is a precursor to this proposal in providing basic guidelines in aircraft security,

Wishing to add onto the aforementioned proposal with guidelines in aircraft safety,

Believing that passengers of all aircraft should be and feel safe and protected,

Wanting to establish better standards for passenger safety on aircraft;

Hereby:
  1. Defines the following;
    1. An "aircraft" as a vehicle that is capable of moving via airspace on its own propulsion;
    2. An "airstrip" as a strip of land specifically made for the taking off, taxiing, and landing of aircraft;
    3. An "air marshal" as an official tasked to defend the passengers or cargo of an aircraft from terrorist or other security threats; and
    4. An "aircraft incident" as an event occurring in an aircraft or the flying of an aircraft that is likely to endanger the aircraft or the lives of the passengers onboard;
  2. Establishes the World Assembly Aviation Commission (henceforth referred to as the WAAC), which is tasked with enforcing the actions stated below;
  3. Prohibits the following on all aircraft (unless the item(s) cannot be removed and/or are carried for medical use);
    1. On all aircraft;
      1. Anything that is manufactured for the main purpose of impairing the normal functionings or flight patterns of said aircraft (unless the item is an anti-aircraft weapon carried on a military aircraft);
    2. On all passenger aircraft (unless the armed person(s) in question is an air marshal or military personnel);
      1. Any poisons (excepting drugs or poisons carried for medical use) that can impair an individual's ability to communicate;
      2. Any item that is intended to harm or kill, such as firearms and bombs;
      3. Any item that is manufactured for the main purpose of exacerbating an attack intended to harm or kill someone;
  4. Enacts the following;
    1. All aircraft incidents must be reported to the air traffic control of the origin or destination airstrip immediately by the pilot for mandatory investigation by the WAAC or a nation's aviation authority, except if;
      1. The pilot of an aircraft is unable to adequately communicate with air traffic control, in which a copilot of said aircraft (if applicable) able to communicate with air traffic control shall report the incident;
      2. None of the pilots nor copilot(s) (if applicable) is able to adequately adequately communicate with air traffic control, in which the aviation authority of the nation in which the origin airstrip resides must submit radar data (if applicable) to the WAAC;
    2. All manned aircraft must have one first-aid or other medical kit for every 40 passengers; and
    3. All manned aircraft must have at least one emergency exit or another form of aircraft emergency evacuation.

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Postby BlazeFirexd » Fri May 14, 2021 9:43 am

I support this resolution as aviation plays a key role in not only travel but also in trade and commerce.
Hence their needs to be safer aviation for helping nations build their economy and tourism as well as passengers to feel safe

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Postby Tinhampton » Fri May 14, 2021 10:01 am

There already exists a WAAA; its name is the World Assembly Adoption Authority.

No support for various reasons - this proposal as written would:
  • ban the transportation of human beings - who, at least in the real world, have been the main proprietors of deforestation, air pollution, and such of the like - on aeroplanes,
  • require family farms, football pitches, and relatively wide pieces of motorway to be inspected four times a year by a WA committee and to acquire "necessary supplies... for the taxiing, taking off, and landing of an aircraft, as listed by the WAAA" simply because they can be considered "a strip of land that an aircraft can take off or land on,"
  • deprive member states of the flexibility they need to set their own culturally and geographically sensitive pilot training programs, and
  • task a WA committee with "punish[ing] pilots, airlines, airports, and aircraft manufacturers if an aircraft incident is to ever occur," regardless of whether any of those entities are actually to blame for such an incident; and with requiring individuals on an aircraft to report aircraft incidents to that committee even if everybody on that aircraft dies as a result of the incident in question.
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Postby Drew Durrnil » Fri May 14, 2021 10:17 am

Tinhampton wrote:-snip-

ok, fixed


Postscript:
Previous drafts:

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Airspace Safety Act
Category: Regulation | Area of Effect: Safety | Proposed by: Drew Durrnil


The World Assembly;

Believing that passengers of all aircraft should be and feel safe and protected;

Wishing to establish universal standards for aircraft safety;

Hereby:
  1. Defines the following;
    1. An "aircraft" as a vehicle that is capable of moving via airspace on its propulsion;
    2. A "pilot" as an individual trained to be operating and/or navigating an aircraft;
    3. A "manned aircraft" as an aircraft housing a sapient being, whether it be a pilot or a passenger;
    4. An "airport" as a strip of land specifically made for the taking off, taxiing, and landing of aircraft;
    5. An "air marshal" as a sapient being employed by a government institution to defend the passengers or cargo of an aircraft; and
    6. An "aircraft incident" as an abnormality in an aircraft or in the flying of an aircraft that disrupts the normal routines of said aircraft;
  2. Establishes the World Assembly Aviation Commission (henceforth referred to as the WAAC), which is tasked with the following;
    1. Assisting national aviation agencies in registering and cataloguing airports;
    2. Listing the necessary basic and emergency supplies needed for all airports; and
    3. Enforcing the actions stated below;
  3. Prohibits the following in aircraft (unless the item(s) can not be removed and/or are meant to ultimately benefit the carrier or subject);
    1. On all aircraft;
      1. Any drugs or poisons (excepting drugs or poisons meant for a use that would ultimately benefit the carrier or subject) that can impair an individual's ability to communicate or otherwise perform essential human actions such as moving and eating;
      2. Anything that is manufactured for the main purpose of impairing the normal functionings or flight patterns of said aircraft;
    2. On all passenger aircraft;
      1. Any item that is intended to harm or kill, such as firearms and bombs (unless the armed person in question is an air marshal);
      2. Any item that is manufactured for the main purpose of exacerbating an attack intended to harm or kill someone;
  4. Enacts the following;
    1. All aircraft incidents must be reported to the WAAC immediately by the pilot for mandatory investigation by the WAAC, except if;
      1. The pilot of an aircraft is unable to adequately communicate with the WAAC, in which a crew member of said aircraft able to communicate with the WAAC shall report the incident;
      2. All crew members on an aircraft are unable to adequately communicate with the WAAC, in which a passenger of said aircraft able to communicate with the WAAC shall report the incident;
      3. There is no one on an aircraft that can adequately communicate with the WAAC, in which the nation's aviation authority shall report the incident;
      4. The nation does not have an aviation authority, in which the nearest nation with an aviation authority of their own shall report the incident, at the subject nation's consent;
    2. All manned aircraft without a self-sufficient autopilot or a remote pilot must have a copilot, if the WAAC concludes that the aircraft needs one based on size and mechanical constraints;
    3. All manned aircraft must have a first-aid kit and at least one emergency exit or another form of aircraft emergency evacuation; and
    4. All airports must have the necessary supplies and land for the taxiing, taking off, and landing of an aircraft, as listed by the WAAC.

Character Count (including punctuation): 3,442 Total Characters


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Airspace Safety Act
Category: Regulation | Area of Effect: Safety | Proposed by: Drew Durrnil


The World Assembly;

Believing that passengers of all aircraft should be and feel safe and protected;

Wishing to establish universal standards for aircraft safety;

Hereby:
  1. Defines the following;
    1. An "aircraft" as a vehicle that is capable of moving via airspace on its own propulsion;
    2. A "pilot" as a sapient being who is trained to be operating and/or navigating an aircraft;
    3. A "manned aircraft" as an aircraft housing a sapient being, whether it be a pilot or a passenger;
    4. An "airport" as a strip of land specifically made for the taking off, taxiing, and landing of aircraft;
    5. An "air marshal" as a sapient being employed by a government institution to defend the passengers or cargo of an aircraft; and
    6. An "aircraft incident" as an abnormality in an aircraft or in the flying of an aircraft that disrupts the normal routines of said aircraft;
  2. Establishes the World Assembly Aviation Commission (henceforth referred to as the WAAC), which is tasked with the following;
    1. Assisting national aviation agencies in registering and cataloguing airports;
    2. Listing the necessary basic and emergency supplies needed for all airports; and
    3. Enforcing the actions stated below;
  3. Prohibits the following in aircraft (unless the item(s) can not be removed and/or are meant to ultimately benefit the carrier or subject);
    1. On all aircraft;
      1. Any drugs or poisons (excepting drugs or poisons meant for a use that would ultimately benefit the carrier or subject) that can impair an individual's ability to communicate or otherwise perform essential human actions such as moving and eating;
      2. Anything that is manufactured for the main purpose of impairing the normal functionings or flight patterns of said aircraft;
    2. On all passenger aircraft;
      1. Any item that is intended to harm or kill, such as firearms and bombs (unless the armed person in question is an air marshal);
      2. Any item that is manufactured for the main purpose of exacerbating an attack intended to harm or kill someone;
  4. Enacts the following;
    1. All aircraft incidents must be reported to the WAAC immediately by the pilot for mandatory investigation by the WAAC, with the exceptions being if;
      1. The pilot of an aircraft is unable to adequately communicate with the WAAC, in which a crew member of said aircraft that is able to communicate with the WAAC shall report the incident;
      2. All crew members on an aircraft are unable to adequately communicate with the WAAC, in which a passenger of said aircraft that is able to communicate with the WAAC shall report the incident;
      3. There is no one on an aircraft that can adequately communicate with the WAAC, in which the nation's aviation authority shall report the incident;
      4. The nation does not have an aviation authority, in which the nearest nation with an aviation authority of their own shall report the incident, at the subject nation's consent;
    2. All manned aircraft without a self-sufficient autopilot or a remote pilot must have a copilot, if the WAAC concludes that the aircraft needs one based on size and mechanical constraints;
    3. All manned aircraft must have a first-aid kit and at least one emergency exit or another form of aircraft emergency evacuation; and
    4. All airports must have the necessary supplies and land for the taxiing, taking off, and landing of an aircraft, as listed by the WAAC.

Character Count (including punctuation): 3,490 Total Characters


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Airspace Safety Act
Category: Regulation | Area of Effect: Safety | Proposed by: Drew Durrnil


The World Assembly;

Believing that passengers of all aircraft should be and feel safe and protected;

Wishing to establish universal standards for aircraft safety;

Hereby:
  1. Defines the following;
    1. An "aircraft" as a vehicle that is capable of moving via airspace on its own propulsion;
    2. A "pilot" as a sapient being who is trained to be operating and/or navigating an aircraft;
    3. A "manned aircraft" as an aircraft housing a sapient being, whether it be a pilot or a passenger;
    4. An "airport" as a strip of land specifically made for the taking off, taxiing, and landing of aircraft; and
    5. An "aircraft incident" as an abnormality in an aircraft or in the flying of an aircraft that disrupts the normal routines of said aircraft;
  2. Establishes the World Assembly Aviation Commission (henceforth referred to as the WAAC), which is tasked with the following;
    1. Assisting national aviation agencies in registering and cataloguing airports; and
    2. Enforcing the actions stated below;
  3. Prohibits the following in the cabin of all aircraft (unless the item(s) can not be removed);
    1. Any drugs or poisons (excepting drugs or poisons meant for a use that would ultimately benefit the carrier or subject) that can impair an individual's ability to communicate or otherwise perform essential human actions such as moving and eating;
    2. Anything that is manufactured for the main purpose of impairing the normal functionings or flight patterns of said aircraft;
  4. Prohibits the following in the cabin of all passenger aircraft (unless the item(s) can not be removed from someone's person or cabin and/or are meant for a use that would ultimately benefit the carrier or subject);
    1. Any item that is intended to harm or kill, such as firearms and bombs (unless the armed person in question is an air marshal);
    2. Any item that is manufactured for the main purpose of exacerbating an attack intended to harm or kill someone;
  5. Enacts the following;
    1. All aircraft incidents must be reported to the WAAC immediately by the pilot for mandatory investigation by the WAAC, with the exceptions being if;
      1. The pilot of an aircraft is unable to adequately communicate with the WAAC, in which a crew member of said aircraft that is able to communicate with the WAAC shall report the incident;
      2. All crew members on an aircraft are unable to adequately communicate with the WAAC, in which a passenger of said aircraft that is able to communicate with the WAAC shall report the incident;
      3. There is no one on an aircraft that can adequately communicate with the WAAC, in which the nation's aviation authority shall report the incident;
      4. The nation does not have an aviation authority, in which the nearest nation with an aviation authority of their own shall report the incident, at the subject nation's consent;
    2. All manned aircraft without a self-sufficient autopilot or a remote pilot must have a copilot, if the WAAC concludes that the aircraft needs one based on size and mechanical constraints;
    3. All manned aircraft must have a first-aid kit and at least one emergency exit or another form of aircraft emergency evacuation; and
    4. All airports must have the necessary basic and emergency supplies and land for the taxiing, taking off, and landing of an aircraft, as listed by the WAAC.

Character Count (including punctuation): 3,414 Total Characters


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Airspace Safety Act
Category: Regulation | Area of Effect: Safety | Proposed by: Drew Durrnil


The World Assembly;

Believing that passengers of all aircraft should be and feel safe and protected;

Wanting to establish universal standards for aircraft safety;

Hereby:
  1. Defines the following;
    1. An "aircraft" as a vehicle that is capable of moving via airspace on its own propulsion;
    2. An "airport" as a strip of land specifically made for the taking off, taxiing, and landing of aircraft;
    3. A "pilot" as a person who is trained to be operating and/or navigating an aircraft; and
    4. An "aircraft incident" as an abnormality in an aircraft or in the flying of an aircraft that disrupts the normal routines of said aircraft;
  2. Establishes the World Assembly Aviation Commission (henceforth referred to as the WAAC), which is tasked with the following;
    1. Assisting national aviation agencies in cataloguing airports; and
    2. Enforcing the actions stated below;
  3. Prohibits the following in the cabin of all aircraft (unless the item(s) can not be removed);
    1. Any drugs or poisons (excepting drugs or poisons meant for medical use) that can impair an individual's ability to communicate or otherwise perform essential human actions such as moving and eating;
    2. Anything that is able to impair the mechanical functionings of said aircraft;
  4. Prohibits the following in the cabin of all passenger aircraft (unless the item(s) can not be removed from someone's person or cabin and/or are meant for medical use);
    1. Any item that is intended to harm or kill, such as firearms and bombs (unless the armed person in question is an air marshal);
    2. Any item that is manufactured for the main purpose of exacerbating an attack intended to harm or kill someone;
  5. Enacts the following;
    1. All aircraft incidents must be reported to the WAAC immediately by the pilot for mandatory investigation by the WAAC, with the exceptions being if;
      1. The pilot of an aircraft is unable to adequately communicate with the WAAC, in which a crew member of said aircraft that is able to communicate with the WAAC shall report the incident;
      2. All crew members on an aircraft are unable to adequately communicate with the WAAC, in which a passenger of said aircraft that is able to communicate with the WAAC shall report the incident;
      3. There is no one on an aircraft that can adequately communicate with the WAAC, in which the nation's aviation authority shall report the incident;
      4. The nation does not have an aviation authority, in which the nearest nation with an aviation authority of their own shall report the incident, at the subject nation's consent;
    2. All aircraft without a self-sufficient autopilot or a remote pilot must have a copilot, if the WAAC concludes that the aircraft needs one based on size and mechanical constraints;
    3. All manned aircraft must have a first-aid kit and at least one emergency exit; and
    4. All airports must have the necessary basic and emergency supplies and land for the taxiing, taking off, and landing of an aircraft, as listed by the WAAC.

Character Count (including punctuation): 3,094 Total Characters


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Airspace Safety Act
Category: Regulation | Area of Effect: Safety | Proposed by: Drew Durrnil


The World Assembly;

Believing that passengers of all aircraft should be and feel safe and protected;

Wanting to establish universal standards for aircraft safety;

Hereby:
  1. Defines the following;
    1. An "aircraft" as a vehicle that is capable of moving via airspace on its own propulsion;
    2. An "airport" as a strip of land specifically made for the taking off, taxiing, and landing of aircraft;
    3. A "pilot" as a person who is trained to be operating and/or navigating an aircraft; and
    4. An "aircraft incident" as an abnormality in an aircraft or in the flying of an aircraft that disrupts the normal routines of said aircraft;
  2. Establishes the World Assembly Aviation Commission (henceforth referred to as the WAAC), which is tasked with the following;
    1. Assisting national aviation agencies in cataloguing airports; and
    2. Punishing the responsible party/parties (unless the responsible party/parties is/are deceased or incapacitated) if an aircraft incident is to ever occur;
  3. Prohibits the following in the cabin of all aircraft (unless the item(s) can not be removed);
    1. Any drugs or poisons (excepting drugs or poisons meant for medical use) that can impair an individual's ability to communicate or otherwise perform essential human actions such as moving and eating;
    2. Anything that is able to impair the mechanical functionings of said aircraft;
  4. Prohibits the following in the cabin of all passenger aircraft (unless the item(s) can not be removed from someone's person or cabin and/or are meant for medical use);
    1. Any item that is intended to harm or kill, such as firearms and bombs (unless the armed person in question is an air marshal);
    2. Any item that is manufactured for the main purpose of exacerbating an attack intended to harm or kill someone;
  5. Enacts the following;
    1. All aircraft incidents must be reported to the WAAC immediately by the pilot for mandatory investigation by the WAAC, with the exceptions being if;
      1. The pilot of an aircraft is unable to adequately communicate with the WAAC, in which a crew member of said aircraft that is able to communicate with the WAAC shall report the incident;
      2. All crew members on an aircraft are unable to adequately communicate with the WAAC, in which a passenger of said aircraft that is able to communicate with the WAAC shall report the incident;
      3. There is no one on an aircraft that can adequately communicate with the WAAC, in which the nation's aviation authority shall report the incident;
      4. The nation does not have an aviation authority, in which the nearest nation with an aviation authority of their own shall report the incident, at the subject nation's consent;
    2. All aircraft without a self-sufficient autopilot or a remote pilot must have a copilot, if the WAAC concludes that the aircraft needs one based on size and mechanical constraints;
    3. All manned aircraft must have a first-aid kit and at least one emergency exit; and
    4. All airports must have the necessary basic and emergency supplies and land for the taxiing, taking off, and landing of an aircraft, as listed by the WAAC.

Character Count (including punctuation): 3,212 Total Characters


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Airspace Safety Act
Category: Regulation | Area of Effect: Safety | Proposed by: Drew Durrnil


The World Assembly;

Believing that passengers of all aircraft should be and feel safe and protected;

Wanting to establish universal standards for aircraft safety;

Hereby:
  1. Defines the following;
    1. An "aircraft" as a vehicle that is capable of moving via airspace on its own propulsion;
    2. An "airport" as a strip of land specifically made for the taking off, taxiing, and landing of aircraft;
    3. "Airspace" as the air that an aircraft is able to fly through;
    4. A "pilot" as a person who is trained to be operating and/or navigating an aircraft;
    5. An "aircraft incident" as an abnormality in an aircraft or in the flying of an aircraft that disrupts the normal routines of said aircraft;
    6. An "airline" as a company that transports passengers or goods using aircraft; and
    7. An "aircraft manufacturer" as a company or factory that manufactures aircraft for the use of an airline or other owner of an aircraft;
  2. Establishes the World Assembly Aviation Commission (henceforth referred to as the WAAC), which is tasked with the following;
    1. Assisting national aviation agencies in cataloguing airports; and
    2. Punishing the responsible party/parties (unless the responsible party/parties is/are deceased or incapacitated) if an aircraft incident is to ever occur;
  3. Prohibits the following in the cabin of all aircraft (unless the item(s) can not be removed);
    1. Any drugs or poisons (excepting drugs or poisons meant for medical use) that can impair an individual's ability to communicate or otherwise perform essential human actions such as moving and eating;
    2. Anything that is able to impair the mechanical functionings of said aircraft;
  4. Prohibits the following in the cabin of all passenger aircraft (unless the item(s) can not be removed from someone's person or cabin and/or are meant for medical use);
    1. Any item that is intended to harm or kill, such as firearms and bombs (unless the armed person in question is an air marshal);
    2. Any item that is manufactured for the main purpose of exacerbating an attack intended to harm or kill someone;
  5. Enacts the following;
    1. All aircraft incidents must be reported to the WAAC immediately by the pilot for mandatory investigation by the WAAC, with the exceptions being if;
      1. The pilot of an aircraft is unable to adequately communicate with the WAAC, in which a crew member of said aircraft that is able to communicate with the WAAC shall report the incident;
      2. All crew members on an aircraft are unable to adequately communicate with the WAAC, in which a passenger of said aircraft that is able to communicate with the WAAC shall report the incident;
      3. There is no one on an aircraft that can adequately communicate with the WAAC, in which the nation's aviation authority shall report the incident;
      4. The nation does not have an aviation authority, in which the nearest nation with an aviation authority of their own shall report the incident, at the subject nation's consent;
    2. All aircraft without a self-sufficient autopilot or a remote pilot must have a copilot, if the WAAC concludes that the aircraft needs one based on size and mechanical constraints;
    3. All manned aircraft must have a first-aid kit and at least one emergency exit; and
    4. All airports must have the necessary basic and emergency supplies and land for the taxiing, taking off, and landing of an aircraft, as listed by the WAAC.

Character Count (including punctuation): 3,494 Total Characters


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Airspace Safety Act
Category: Regulation | Area of Effect: Safety | Proposed by: Drew Durrnil


The World Assembly;

Believing that passengers of all aircraft should be and feel safe and protected;

Wanting to establish universal standards for aircraft safety;

Hereby:
  1. Defines the following;
    1. An "aircraft" as a vehicle that is capable of moving via airspace on its own propulsion;
    2. An "airport" as a strip of land specifically made for the taking off, taxiing, and landing of aircraft;
    3. "Airspace" as the air that an aircraft is able to fly through;
    4. A "pilot" as a person who is trained to be operating and/or navigating an aircraft;
    5. An "aircraft incident" as an abnormality in an aircraft or in the flying of an aircraft that disrupts the normal routines of said aircraft;
    6. An "airline" as a company that transports passengers or goods using aircraft; and
    7. An "aircraft manufacturer" as a company or factory that manufactures aircraft for the use of an airline or other owner of an aircraft;
  2. Establishes the World Assembly Aviation Commission (henceforth referred to as the WAAC), which is tasked with the following;
    1. Assisting national aviation agencies in cataloguing airports; and
    2. Punishing the responsible party/parties (unless the responsible party/parties is/are deceased or incapacitated) if an aircraft incident is to ever occur;
  3. Prohibits the following in the cabin of all aircraft (unless the item(s) can not be removed);
    1. Any drugs or poisons (excepting drugs or poisons meant for medical use) that can impair an individual's ability to communicate or otherwise perform essential human actions such as moving and eating;
    2. Anything that is able to impair the mechanical functionings of said aircraft;
  4. Prohibits the following in the cabin of all passenger aircraft (unless the item(s) can not be removed from someone's person or cabin and/or are meant for medical use);
    1. Any item that is intended to harm or kill, such as firearms and bombs (unless the armed person in question is an air marshal);
    2. Any item that is manufactured to exacerbate an attack intended to harm or kill someone;
  5. Enacts the following;
    1. All aircraft incidents must be reported to the WAAC immediately by the pilot for mandatory investigation by the WAAC, with the exceptions being if;
      1. The pilot of an aircraft is unable to adequately communicate with the WAAC, in which a crew member of said aircraft that is able to communicate with the WAAC shall report the incident;
      2. All crew members on an aircraft are unable to adequately communicate with the WAAC, in which a passenger of said aircraft that is able to communicate with the WAAC shall report the incident;
      3. There is no one on an aircraft that can adequately communicate with the WAAC, in which the nation's aviation authority shall report the incident;
      4. The nation does not have an aviation authority, in which the nearest nation with an aviation authority of their own shall report the incident, at the subject nation's consent;
    2. All aircraft without a self-sufficient autopilot must have a copilot, if the WAAC concludes that the aircraft needs one based on size and mechanical constraints;
    3. All aircraft must have a first-aid kit and at least one emergency exit, if the WAAC concludes that the aircraft can fit one; and
    4. All airports must have the necessary basic and emergency supplies and land for the taxiing, taking off, and landing of an aircraft, as listed by the WAAC.

Character Count (including punctuation): 3,500 Total Characters


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Airspace Safety Act
Category: Regulation | Area of Effect: Safety | Proposed by: Drew Durrnil


The World Assembly;

Believing that passengers of all aircraft should be and feel safe and protected;

Wanting to establish universal standards for aircraft safety;

Hereby:
  1. Defines the following;
    1. An "aircraft" as a vehicle that is capable of moving via airspace on its own propulsion;
    2. An "airport" as a strip of land specifically made for the taking off, taxiing, and landing of aircraft;
    3. "Airspace" as the air that an aircraft is able to fly through;
    4. A "pilot" as a person who is trained to be operating and/or navigating an aircraft;
    5. An "aircraft incident" as an abnormality in an aircraft or in the flying of an aircraft that disrupts the normal routines of said aircraft;
    6. An "airline" as a company that transports passengers or goods using aircraft; and
    7. An "aircraft manufacturer" as a company or factory that manufactures aircraft for the use of an airline or other owner of an aircraft;
  2. Establishes the World Assembly Aviation Commission (henceforth referred to as the WAAC), which is tasked with the following;
    1. Assisting national aviation agencies in cataloguing airports; and
    2. Punishing the responsible party/parties (unless the responsible party/parties is/are deceased or incapacitated) if an aircraft incident is to ever occur;
  3. Prohibits the following in the cabin of all aircraft (unless the item(s) can not be removed);
    1. Any drugs or poisons (excepting drugs or poisons meant for medical use) that can impair an individual's ability to communicate or otherwise perform essential human actions such as moving and eating;
    2. Anything that is able to impair the mechanical functionings of said aircraft;
  4. Prohibits the following in the cabin of all passenger aircraft (unless the item(s) can not be removed);
    1. Any item (excepting items meant for medical use) that is intended to harm or kill, such as firearms and bombs (unless the armed person in question is an air marshal);
    2. Any item that is manufactured to exacerbate an attack intended to harm or kill someone;
  5. Enacts the following;
    1. All aircraft incidents must be reported to the WAAC immediately by the pilot for mandatory investigation by the WAAC, with the exceptions being if;
      1. The pilot of an aircraft is unable to adequately communicate with the WAAC, in which a crew member of said aircraft that is able to communicate with the WAAC shall report the incident;
      2. All crew members on an aircraft are unable to adequately communicate with the WAAC, in which a passenger of said aircraft that is able to communicate with the WAAC shall report the incident;
      3. There is no one on an aircraft that can adequately communicate with the WAAC, in which the nation's aviation authority shall report the incident;
      4. The nation does not have an aviation authority, in which the nearest nation with an aviation authority of their own shall report the incident, at the subject nation's consent;
    2. All aircraft without a self-sufficient autopilot must have a copilot, if the WAAC concludes that the aircraft needs one based on size and mechanical constraints;
    3. All aircraft must have a first-aid kit and at least one emergency exit, if the WAAC concludes that the aircraft can fit them; and
    4. All airports must have the necessary basic and emergency supplies and land for the taxiing, taking off, and landing of an aircraft, as listed by the WAAC.

Character Count (including punctuation): 3,476 Total Characters


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Airspace Safety Act
Category: Regulation | Area of Effect: Safety | Proposed by: Drew Durrnil


The World Assembly;

Believing that passengers of all aircraft should be and feel safe and protected;

Wanting to establish universal standards for aircraft safety;

Hereby:
  1. Defines the following;
    1. An "aircraft" as a vehicle that is capable of transferring people or cargo via airspace;
    2. An "airport" as a strip of land specifically made for the taking off, taxiing, and landing of aircraft;
    3. "Airspace" as the air that an aircraft is able to fly through;
    4. A "pilot" as a person who is trained to be operating and/or navigating an aircraft;
    5. An "aircraft incident" as an abnormality in an aircraft that disrupts the normal routines of said aircraft;
    6. An "airline" as a company that transports passengers or goods using aircraft; and
    7. An "aircraft manufacturer" as a company or factory that manufactures aircraft for the use of an airline or other owner of an aircraft;
  2. Establishes the World Assembly Aviation Commission (henceforth referred to as the WAAC), which is tasked with the following;
    1. Assisting national aviation agencies in cataloguing airports; and
    2. Punishing the responsible party/parties (unless the responsible party/parties is/are deceased or incapacitated) if an aircraft incident is to ever occur;
  3. Prohibits the following in the cabin of all aircraft (unless the item(s) can not be removed);
    1. Any drugs or poisons (excepting drugs or poisons meant for medical use) that can impair an individual's ability to communicate or otherwise perform essential human actions such as moving and eating;
    2. Anything that is able to impair the mechanical functionings of said aircraft;
  4. Prohibits the following in the cabin of all passenger aircraft (unless the item(s) can not be removed);
    1. Any item (excepting items meant for medical use) that is intended to harm or kill, such as firearms and bombs (unless the armed person in question is an air marshal);
    2. Any item that is manufactured to exacerbate an attack intended to harm or kill someone;
  5. Enacts the following;
    1. All aircraft incidents must be reported to the WAAC immediately by the pilot for mandatory investigation by the WAAC, with the exceptions being if;
      1. The pilot of an aircraft is unable to adequately communicate with the WAAC, in which a crew member of said aircraft that is able to communicate with the WAAC shall report the incident;
      2. All crew members on an aircraft are unable to adequately communicate with the WAAC, in which a passenger of said aircraft that is able to communicate with the WAAC shall report the incident;
      3. There is no one on an aircraft that can adequately communicate with the WAAC, in which the nation's aviation authority shall report the incident;
      4. The nation does not have an aviation authority, in which the nearest nation with an aviation authority of their own shall report the incident, at the subject nation's consent;
    2. All aircraft without a self-sufficient autopilot must have a copilot, if the WAAC concludes that the aircraft needs one based on size and mechanical constraints;
    3. All aircraft must have a first-aid kit and at least one emergency exit, if the WAAC concludes that the aircraft can fit them; and
    4. All airports must have the necessary basic and emergency supplies and land for the taxiing, taking off, and landing of an aircraft, as listed by the WAAC.

Character Count (including punctuation): 3,444 Total Characters


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Airspace Safety Act
Category: Regulation | Area of Effect: Safety | Proposed by: Drew Durrnil


The World Assembly;

Believing that passengers of all aircraft should be and feel safe and protected;

Wanting to establish universal standards for aircraft safety;

Hereby:
  1. Defines the following;
    1. An "aircraft" as a vehicle that is capable of transferring people or cargo via airspace;
    2. An "airport" as a strip of land specifically made for the taking off, taxiing, and landing of aircraft;
    3. "Airspace" as the air that an aircraft is able to fly through;
    4. A "pilot" as a person who is trained to be operating and/or navigating an aircraft;
    5. An "aircraft incident" as an abnormality in an aircraft that disrupts the normal routines of said aircraft;
    6. An "airline" as a company that transports passengers or goods using aircraft; and
    7. An "aircraft manufacturer" as a company or factory that manufactures aircraft for the use of an airline or other owner of an aircraft;
  2. Establishes the World Assembly Aviation Commission (henceforth referred to as the WAAC), which is tasked with the following;
    1. Registering and licensing aircraft; and
    2. Punishing the responsible party/parties if an aircraft incident is to ever occur;
  3. Prohibits the following in the cabin of all aircraft (unless the item(s) can not be removed);
    1. Any drugs or poisons (excepting drugs or poisons meant for medical use) that can impair an individual's ability to communicate or otherwise perform essential human actions such as moving and eating;
    2. Anything that is able to impair the functionings of said aircraft;
  4. Prohibits the following in the cabin of all passenger aircraft (unless the item(s) can not be removed);
    1. Any item (excepting items meant for medical use) that is intended to harm or kill, such as firearms and bombs;
    2. Any item that can exacerbate an attack intended to harm or kill someone;
  5. Enacts the following;
    1. All aircraft incidents must be reported to WAAC immediately by the pilot for mandatory investigation by the WAAC, with the exceptions being if;
      1. The pilot of an aircraft is unable to adequately communicate with the WAAC, in which a crew member of said aircraft that is able to communicate with the WAAC shall report the incident;
      2. All crew members on an aircraft are unable to adequately communicate with the WAAC, in which a passenger of said aircraft that is able to communicate with the WAAC shall report the incident;
      3. There is no one on an aircraft that can adequately communicate with the WAAC, in which the nation's aviation authority shall report the incident;
      4. The nation does not have an aviation authority, in which the nearest nation with an aviation authority of their own shall report the incident, at the subject nation's consent;
    2. All aircraft without a self-sufficient autopilot must have a copilot, if the WAAC concludes that the aircraft needs one based on size and mechanical constraints;
    3. All aircraft must have a first-aid kit and at least one emergency exit, if the WAAC concludes that the aircraft can fit them; and
    4. All airports must have the necessary basic and emergency supplies and land for the taxiing, taking off, and landing of an aircraft, as listed by the WAAC.

Character Count (including punctuation): 3,260 Total Characters


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Airspace Safety Act
Category: Regulation | Area of Effect: Safety | Proposed by: Drew Durrnil


The World Assembly;

Believing that passengers of all aircraft should be and feel safe and protected;

Wanting to establish universal standards for aircraft safety;

Hereby:
  1. Defines the following;
    1. An "aircraft" as a vehicle powered by a jet engine or propellor(s) that is capable of transferring people or cargo via airspace;
    2. An "airport" as a strip of land specifically made for the taking off, taxiing, and landing of aircraft;
    3. "Airspace" as the air that an aircraft is able to fly through;
    4. A "pilot" as a person who is trained to be operating and/or navigating an aircraft;
    5. An "aircraft incident" as an abnormality in an aircraft that disrupts the normal routines of said aircraft;
    6. An "airline" as a company that transports passengers or goods using aircraft; and
    7. An "aircraft manufacturer" as a company or factory that manufactures aircraft for the use of an airline or other owner of an aircraft;
  2. Establishes the World Assembly Aviation Commission (henceforth referred to as the WAAC), which is tasked with the following;
    1. Registering and licensing aircraft; and
    2. Punishing the responsible party/parties if an aircraft incident is to ever occur;
  3. Prohibits the following on all aircraft;
    1. Any drugs or poisons (excepting drugs or poisons meant for medical use) that can impair an individual's ability to communicate or otherwise perform essential human actions such as moving and eating;
    2. Anything that is able to impair the functionings of said aircraft;
  4. Prohibits the following on all passenger aircraft;
    1. Any item (excepting items meant for medical use) that is intended to harm or kill, such as firearms and bombs;
    2. Any item that can exacerbate an attack intended to harm or kill someone;
  5. Enacts the following;
    1. All aircraft incidents must be reported to WAAC immediately by the pilot for mandatory investigation by the WAAC, with the exceptions being if;
      1. The pilot of an aircraft is unable to adequately communicate with the WAAC, in which a crew member of said aircraft that is able to communicate with the WAAC shall report the incident;
      2. All crew members on an aircraft are unable to adequately communicate with the WAAC, in which a passenger of said aircraft that is able to communicate with the WAAC shall report the incident;
      3. There is no one on an aircraft that can adequately communicate with the WAAC, in which the nation's aviation authority shall report the incident;
      4. The nation does not have an aviation authority, in which the nearest nation with an aviation authority of their own shall report the incident, at the subject nation's consent;
    2. All aircraft must have a copilot, if the WAAC concludes that the aircraft needs one;
    3. All aircraft must have a first-aid kit and at least one emergency exit, if the WAAC concludes that the aircraft can fit them; and
    4. All airports must have the necessary basic and emergency supplies and land for the taxiing, taking off, and landing of an aircraft, as listed by the WAAC.

Character Count (including punctuation): 3,117 Total Characters


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Airspace Safety Act
Category: Regulation | Area of Effect: Safety | Proposed by: Drew Durrnil


The World Assembly;

Believing that passengers of all aircraft should be and feel safe and protected;

Wanting to establish universal standards for aircraft safety;

Hereby:
  1. Defines the following;
    1. An "aircraft" as a vehicle powered by a jet engine or propellor(s) that is capable of transferring people or cargo via airspace;
    2. An "airport" as a strip of land specifically made for the taking off, taxiing, and landing of aircraft;
    3. "Airspace" as the air that an aircraft is able to fly through;
    4. A "pilot" as a person who is trained to be operating and/or navigating an aircraft;
    5. An "aircraft incident" as an abnormality in an aircraft that disrupts the normal routines of said aircraft;
    6. An "airline" as a company that transports passengers or goods using aircraft; and
    7. An "aircraft manufacturer" as a company or factory that manufactures aircraft for the use of an airline or other owner of an aircraft;
  2. Establishes the World Assembly Aviation Commission (henceforth referred to as the WAAC), which is tasked with the following;
    1. Registering and licensing aircraft; and
    2. Punishing the responsible party or its family if an aircraft incident is to ever occur;
  3. Prohibits the following on all aircraft;
    1. Any drugs or poisons (excepting drugs or poisons meant for medical use) that can impair an individual's ability to communicate or otherwise perform essential human actions such as moving and eating;
    2. Anything that is able to impair the functionings of said aircraft;
  4. Prohibits the following on all passenger aircraft;
    1. Any item (excepting items meant for medical use) that is intended to harm or kill, such as firearms and bombs;
    2. Any item that can exacerbate an attack intended to harm or kill someone;
  5. Enacts the following;
    1. All aircraft incidents must be reported to WAAC immediately by the pilot for mandatory investigation by the WAAC, with the exceptions being if;
      1. The pilot of an aircraft is unable to adequately communicate with the WAAC, in which a crew member of said aircraft that is able to communicate with the WAAC shall report the incident;
      2. All crew members on an aircraft are unable to adequately communicate with the WAAC, in which a passenger of said aircraft that is able to communicate with the WAAC shall report the incident;
      3. There is no one on an aircraft that can adequately communicate with the WAAC, in which the nation's aviation authority shall report the incident;
      4. The nation does not have an aviation authority, in which the nearest nation with an aviation authority of their own shall report the incident, at the subject nation's consent;
    2. All aircraft must have a copilot, if the WAAC concludes that the aircraft can fit one;
    3. All aircraft must have a first-aid kit and at least one emergency exit, if the WAAC concludes that the aircraft can fit them; and
    4. All airports must have the necessary basic and emergency supplies and land for the taxiing, taking off, and landing of an aircraft, as listed by the WAAC.

Character Count (including punctuation): 3,125 Total Characters


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Airspace Safety Act
Category: Regulation | Area of Effect: Safety | Proposed by: Drew Durrnil


The World Assembly;

Believing that passengers of all aircraft should be and feel safe and protected;

Wanting to establish universal standards for aircraft safety;

Hereby:
  1. Defines the following;
    1. An "aircraft" as a vehicle powered by a motor or propellor that is capable of transferring people via airspace;
    2. An "airport" as a strip of land specifically made for the taking off, taxiing, and landing of aircraft;
    3. "Airspace" as the air that an aircraft is able to fly through;
    4. A "pilot" as a person who is operating and/or navigating an aircraft;
    5. An "aircraft incident" as an abnormality in an aircraft that disrupts the normal routines of said aircraft;
    6. An "airline" as a company tasked with transporting passengers or goods using aircraft; and
    7. An "aircraft manufacturer" as a company or factory that manufactures aircraft for the use of an airline or other owner of an aircraft;
  2. Establishes the World Assembly Aviation Commission (henceforth referred to as the WAAC), which is tasked with the following;
    1. Inspecting aircraft, airlines, airports, and aircraft manufacturers every three months;
    2. Registering and licensing aircraft, airlines, airports, and aircraft manufacturers;
    3. Developing a training program for pilots of aircraft registered in WA member states without a pilot training program of their own;
    4. Punish the responsible party if an aircraft incident is to ever occur;
  3. Prohibits the following on all aircraft;
    1. Any drugs or poisons that can impair an individual's ability to communicate or otherwise perform essential human actions such as moving and eating;
    2. Anything that is able to impair the functionings of said aircraft;
  4. Prohibits the following on all passenger aircraft;
    1. Any item with the intent to harm or kill, such as firearms and bombs;
    2. Any item that can exacerbate an attack on someone with the intent to harm or kill;
  5. Enacts the following;
    1. All aircraft incidents must be reported to WAAC immediately by the pilot, with the exceptions being if;
      1. The pilot of an aircraft is unable to adequately communicate with the WAAC, in which a crew member of said aircraft that is able to communicate with the WAAC shall report the incident;
      2. All crew members on an aircraft are unable to adequately communicate with the WAAC, in which a passenger of said aircraft that is able to communicate with the WAAC shall report the incident;
      3. There is no one on an aircraft that can adequately communicate with the WAAC, in which the nation's aviation authority shall report the incident;
      4. The nation does not have an aviation authority, in which the WAAC shall investigate the situation themselves, since they are likely to be aware about an aviation incident of this magnitude as the incident will most likely garner abundant media attention;
    2. All aircraft must have a copilot, if they can fit one;
    3. All aircraft must have a first-aid kit and at least one emergency exit, if they can fit them; and
    4. All airports must have the necessary supplies and land for the taxiing, taking off, and landing of an aircraft, as listed by the WAAC.

Character Count (including punctuation): 3,221 Total Characters


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Aerospace Safety Act
Category: Regulation | Area of Effect: Safety | Proposed by: Drew Durrnil


The World Assembly;

Noting the lack of regulation found in the airspace of WA member nations;

Fearing that this lack of regulation can lead to certain events occurring that can lead to hundreds of deaths;

Believing that passengers of all aircraft should be and feel safe and protected;

Hereby:
  1. Defines the following;
    1. An "aircraft" as a vehicle powered by a motor or propellor that is capable of transferring people via airspace;
    2. An "airport" as a strip of land specifically made for the taking off, taxiing, and landing of aircraft;
    3. "Airspace" as the air that an aircraft is able to fly through;
    4. A "pilot" as a person who is operating and/or navigating an aircraft;
    5. An "aircraft incident" as an abnormality in an aircraft that disrupts the normal routines of said aircraft;
    6. An "airline" as a company tasked with transporting passengers or goods using aircraft; and
    7. An "aircraft manufacturer" as a company or factory that manufactures aircraft for the use of an airline or other owner of an aircraft;
  2. Establishes the World Assembly Aviation Commission (henceforth referred to as WAAC), which is tasked with the following;
    1. Inspecting aircraft, airlines, airports, and aircraft manufacturers every three months;
    2. Registering and licensing aircraft, airlines, airports, and aircraft manufacturers;
    3. Developing a training program for pilots of aircraft registered in WA member states without a pilot training program of their own;
    4. Punish the responsible party if an aircraft incident is to ever occur;
  3. Prohibits the following on all aircraft;
    1. Bombs and other unnecessary devices that are prone to explosions, such as spare lithium batteries;
    2. Any drugs or poisons that can impair an individual's ability to communicate or otherwise perform essential human actions such as moving and eating;
  4. Enacts the following;
    1. All aircraft incidents must be reported to WAAC immediately by the pilot, with the exceptions being if;
      1. The pilot of an aircraft is unable to adequately communicate with the WAAC, in which a crew member of said aircraft that is able to communicate with the WAAC shall report the incident;
      2. All crew members on an aircraft are unable to adequately communicate with the WAAC, in which a passenger of said aircraft that is able to communicate with the WAAC shall report the incident;
      3. There is no one on an aircraft that can adequately communicate with the WAAC, in which the nation's aviation authority shall report the incident;
      4. The nation does not have an aviation authority, in which the WAAC shall investigate the situation themselves, since they are likely to be aware about an aviation incident of this magnitude as the incident will most likely gain abundant media attention;
    2. All aircraft must have a copilot, if they can fit one;
    3. All aircraft 40 years or older from the time of manufacture must be decommissioned; and
    4. All airports must have the necessary supplies and land for the taxiing, taking off, and landing of an aircraft, as listed by the WAAC.


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Aerospace Safety Act
Category: Regulation | Area of Effect: Safety | Proposed by: Drew Durrnil


The World Assembly;

Noting the lack of regulation found in the airspace of WA member nations;

Fearing that this lack of regulation can lead to certain events occurring that can lead to hundreds of deaths;

Believing that passengers of all aircraft should be and feel safe and protected;

Hereby:
  1. Defines the following;
    1. An "aircraft" as a vehicle powered by a motor or propellor that is capable of transferring people via airspace;
    2. An "airport" as a strip of land specifically made for the taking off, taxiing, and landing of aircraft;
    3. "Airspace" as the air that an aircraft is able to fly through;
    4. A "pilot" as a person who is operating and/or navigating an aircraft;
    5. An "aircraft incident" as an abnormality in an aircraft that disrupts the normal routines of said aircraft;
    6. An "airline" as a company tasked with transporting passengers or goods using aircraft; and
    7. An "aircraft manufacturer" as a company or factory that manufactures aircraft for the use of an airline or other owner of an aircraft;
  2. Establishes the World Assembly Aviation Commission (henceforth referred to as WAAC), which is tasked with the following;
    1. Inspecting aircraft, airlines, airports, and aircraft manufacturers every three months;
    2. Registering and licensing aircraft, airlines, airports, and aircraft manufacturers;
    3. Developing a training program for pilots of aircraft registered in WA member states without a pilot training program of their own;
    4. Punish the responsible party if an aircraft incident is to ever occur;
  3. Prohibits the following on all aircraft;
    1. Bombs and other devices that are prone to explosions, such as lithium batteries;
    2. Any drugs or poisons that can impair an individual's ability to communicate or otherwise perform essential human actions such as moving and eating;
  4. Enacts the following;
    1. All aircraft incidents must be reported to WAAC immediately by the pilot, with the exceptions being if;
      1. The pilot of an aircraft is unable to adequately communicate with the WAAC, in which a crew member of said aircraft that is able to communicate with the WAAC shall report the incident;
      2. All crew members on an aircraft are unable to adequately communicate with the WAAC, in which a passenger of said aircraft that is able to communicate with the WAAC shall report the incident;
      3. There is no one on an aircraft that can adequately communicate with the WAAC, in which the nation's aviation authority shall report the incident;
      4. The nation does not have an aviation authority, in which the WAAC shall investigate the situation themselves, since they are likely to be aware about an aviation incident of this magnitude as the incident will most likely gain abundant media attention;
    2. All aircraft must have a copilot, if they can fit one;
    3. All aircraft that are 40 years or older since the time of manufacture must be decommissioned; and
    4. All airports must have the necessary supplies and land for the taxiing, taking off, and landing of an aircraft, as listed by the WAAC.

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Aerospace Safety Act
Category: Regulation | Area of Effect: Safety | Proposed by: Drew Durrnil


The World Assembly;

Noting the lack of regulation found in the airspace of WA member nations;

Fearing that this lack of regulation can lead to certain events occurring that can lead to hundreds of deaths;

Believing that passengers of all aircraft should be and feel safe and protected;

Hereby:
  1. Defines the following;
    1. An "aircraft" as a vehicle powered by a motor or propellor that is capable of transferring people via airspace;
    2. An "airport" as a strip of land that an aircraft can take off or land on;
    3. "Airspace" as the air that an aircraft is able to fly through;
    4. A "pilot" as a person who is operating and/or navigating an aircraft;
    5. An "aircraft incident" as an abnormality in an aircraft that disrupts the normal routines of said aircraft;
    6. An "airline" as a company tasked with transporting passengers or goods using aircraft; and
    7. An "aircraft manufacturer" as a company or factory that manufactures aircraft for the use of an airline or other owner of an aircraft;
  2. Establishes the World Assembly Aviation Administration (henceforth referred to as the WAAA), which is tasked with the following;
    1. Inspecting aircraft, airlines, airports, and aircraft manufacturers every three months;
    2. Registering and licensing aircraft, airlines, airports, and aircraft manufacturers;
    3. Developing a training program for pilots of aircraft registered in WA member states, which a pilot must go through in order to operate an aircraft;
    4. Punish pilots, airlines, airports, and aircraft manufacturers if an aircraft incident is to ever occur;
  3. Prohibits the following on all aircraft;
    1. Bombs and other devices that are prone to explosions, such as lithium batteries;
    2. Any organism that can damage or otherwise impair the destination nation's ecosystem; and
    3. Any drugs or poisons that can impair an individual's ability to communicate or otherwise perform essential human actions such as moving and eating;
  4. Enacts the following;
    1. All aircraft incidents must be reported to the WAAA immediately by the pilot, or if the pilot is unable to communicate to the WAAA, a crew member with contacts to the WAAA;
    2. All aircraft must have a copilot, if they can fit one;
    3. All aircraft that are 40 years or older since the time of manufacture must be decommissioned; and
    4. All airports must have the necessary supplies and land for the taxiing, taking off, and landing of an aircraft, as listed by the WAAA.
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Postby Ardiveds » Fri May 14, 2021 12:28 pm

OOC: So every time I take a flight, I have to throw out my phone's batteries and buy new ones at the destination?
As a side note, what's up with your messed up nation page?
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Drew Durrnil
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Anarchy

Postby Drew Durrnil » Fri May 14, 2021 1:08 pm

Ardiveds wrote:OOC: So every time I take a flight, I have to throw out my phone's batteries and buy new ones at the destination?
As a side note, what's up with your messed up nation page?

1. As long as they're not spare batteries, they're fine. Edited for clarity.
2. I broke it intentionally
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Nantoraka wrote:
The Nantorakan government would like to express their concerns about all the pedophiles lurking in this market. There's so much grease and body oil in the offers being made, that you could fry chicken in it. We strongly advise wearing a mask when making deals because the strong smell of kid-diddler permeates the air like a dead, fermenting animal.

Tarsonis wrote:Translation: "Notice me Senpai Donaldsan"
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News: Former Elite President Pæta Marlín joins the cult of Yahlia, calling it his "sexual and spiritual awakening".

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Founded: Apr 30, 2020
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Postby Drew Durrnil » Sat May 15, 2021 3:37 pm

I edited the preamble and added a character count
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Nantoraka wrote:
The Nantorakan government would like to express their concerns about all the pedophiles lurking in this market. There's so much grease and body oil in the offers being made, that you could fry chicken in it. We strongly advise wearing a mask when making deals because the strong smell of kid-diddler permeates the air like a dead, fermenting animal.

Tarsonis wrote:Translation: "Notice me Senpai Donaldsan"
Ãáâäæãåāçćčèéêëēėęîïíīįìłñńôöòóøōõßśûü
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Corrupt Dictatorship

Postby Araraukar » Sun May 16, 2021 1:32 am

Drew Durrnil wrote:I edited the preamble and added a character count

OOC: Submissions form also includes spaces and enter presses and all characters used up by code in its count.

Bits of preamble make no sense. I doubt any modern or postmodern nation lacks airspace regulation. Just because there's no WA resolution does not mean there were not national laws. "Lack of materials" is painfully vague and out of place. Also you don't actually do anything to alleviate the lack of materials in the active clauses. Just requiring they have them does not magically spawn such "supplies" (what does that even mean for aircraft movements, from the airfield's side?) out of thin air.

Why the 40 year limit? If an aircraft is maintained properly and has no issues, why must it be scrapped?

You are currently forbidding passengers from having possibly lifesaving medications (or at least ones that they need to take regularly) with them on the airplane and are also banning all transport of medications by air. And all electronics too. And batteries. Even for any emergency systems that would have to be battery-powered. How is all of THAT good for safety?!?!

Also I doubt any nation with military aircraft is going to like 3.a.
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Anarchy

Postby Drew Durrnil » Sun May 16, 2021 11:18 am

Araraukar wrote:
Drew Durrnil wrote:I edited the preamble and added a character count

OOC: Submissions form also includes spaces and enter presses and all characters used up by code in its count.

Bits of preamble make no sense. I doubt any modern or postmodern nation lacks airspace regulation. Just because there's no WA resolution does not mean there were not national laws. "Lack of materials" is painfully vague and out of place. Also you don't actually do anything to alleviate the lack of materials in the active clauses. Just requiring they have them does not magically spawn such "supplies" (what does that even mean for aircraft movements, from the airfield's side?) out of thin air.

Why the 40 year limit? If an aircraft is maintained properly and has no issues, why must it be scrapped?

You are currently forbidding passengers from having possibly lifesaving medications (or at least ones that they need to take regularly) with them on the airplane and are also banning all transport of medications by air. And all electronics too. And batteries. Even for any emergency systems that would have to be battery-powered. How is all of THAT good for safety?!?!

Also I doubt any nation with military aircraft is going to like 3.a.

OOC: Character count includes everything within the text of the proposal. Also, I wrote over draft 2c by accident. Oh well. :/
Also, the preamble is revamped and I edited the proposal according to your constructive criticism.
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I'm thinking of submitting this on May 28th
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Postby Freedomist fighters » Tue May 18, 2021 4:52 am

Hi, I saw the act that you are trying to pass and I have some suggestions, being a little av. geek myself I have a few concerns regarding this act.

Clauses,
1a. Just a minor issue regarding the definition of an aircraft, you said an aircraft is a vehicle "capable of transferring people", cargo planes do not necessary transport people, yet they are still aircraft. In addition, a military fighter jet does not necessarily transport passengers nor cargo, yet they are considered planes. Define the aircraft you would like to mention in this piece, whether it is a civil or state aircraft.

1a. continued) Can you please change the words "motor" to "jet engine", it is really hard to imagine someone operating a plane capable of carrying the weight of people/cargo being operated by a motor. P.S. the definition of a motor is "a machine that converts electrical energy to mechanical energy." Most aircraft use fuel to fly.

1d. Your definition of a pilot is "a person who is operating and/or navigating an aircraft", can you be more specific. Being a pilot is an occupation where the person is TRAINED in operational procedures of an aircraft and operates the flight control of an aircraft as a profession. By your definition, a group of hijackers who manage to take control of an aircraft, operate it and fly the plane to the ground would be considered "pilots".

1f. An airline is not necessary "tasked" to carry passengers or cargo, most airlines are privately operated, and they can stop their airline as they like. They operate it for profit, not "tasked" to operate it.

2a. This is one of the few parts that I have a major problem with.
Inspecting aircraft every 3 months
Please specify on the inspection, if you are talking about a visual inspection then you should note that a visual inspection must be conducted every flight by the flight crew and ground staff. Therefore, every 3 months would already be a huge mistake and would lead to a huge lapse of safety.
Whereas, if you are talking about a Heavy Maintenance Check (HMC) or commonly known as a check D, six months would be wildly excessive. Since such checks would take at least a month, we are talking about a huge grounding of a part of an airlines aircraft fleet for at least a month after 3 months. Ignoring just how expensive such inspections/ maintenance is, would make it economically unfeasible for airlines. With the passing of this law, it would be a most a year before the aviation industry grinds to a halt and we won't have any planes flying in a year and a half. (and WAAC is going to be in charge of the hundreds of thousands of aircraft daily?)
Last but not the least, there are going to be thousands of airlines and the WAAC is going to inspect all their aircraft? How?
Most inspection of aircraft is done by the company, why go intrude their freedom to run their own company. Most WA members live in a capitalist society and do not wish for something like this to happen.
Inspecting airlines
First, What kind of inspection are you going to give an airline. a review of its management, a financial audit, a physical inspection of their headquarters?
Next, Why?
Lastly, there are going to be thousands of airlines.
Inspecting airports
I really do not wish to repeat my points, it would be the same points as above.


2c. “Developing a training program for pilots of aircraft registered in WA member states without a pilot training program of their own”
Most states that do not have a pilot training program probably do not want/ allow the flying of planes. You would want the WAAC to be developing a training program for pilots there?
Ok. maybe the word “registered” meant that the nation-state allows it, but still, the nation would allow the pilots to fly without training?
So let's say hypothetically the nation allows the plane owners to register their planes there without training, but they dont have a training program. So WAAC comes in, is the program for free? Or must they pay? If they are a poor nation and can’t afford it will you force them to pay? Or will it be free so many nations would stop their own pilot training program for the WAAC to teach?

2d. What if after the investigation (which no one would be obligated to perform. Unless they are a nation that allows flying, but does not have an aviation authority and gains enough media coverage for the WAAC to conduct an investigation [FURTHER MENTIONED BELOW]) and the investigation concludes that because of a human error occurred that caused the accident, but the pilot is dead. Will the dead pilot or his family have to be punished?

3a. For this let me throw you a case study, a plane right now would be able to carry medical drugs that can impair someone and prevent a person from performing essentially human actions for a short while, let's say, anaesthesia. So here comes the question, After the passing of this law, would they still be able to do so?
Hint: From my interpretation, no.

All of 4. I do not believe objects have the intention to kill someone.

5a I to III. They can inform WAAC, but no mandate for WAAC or the nation to investigate.

5a IV. So ignoring why would any nation that allows flying not have an aviationauthority, you are hoping an incident would garner sufficiently media attention before WAAC investigates. It can be a small turboprop that crashes into the middle of the desert and the media does not find it important to report. How would you find out and investigate?
5b. major loophole
5c. Another loophole, an airline manufacturer can say that a large plane with hundreds of passengers cannot fit an emergency slide. I’m assuming you know better and i would not explain further.
5d. What is “necessary supplies”. So if the airport has the basic “necessary supplies”, do they need to have supplies in the case of an emergency.


Overall, it is a decent attempt at a new law, I can see where you are trying to go with it, but it has numerous loopholes. I strongly recommend that you review the entire act after reading what I have typed and not to put this up until you have successfully debunked my claims, defended your point or amended accordingly. I have seriously turned a blind eye to a few points including the way the act was phrased. Please do thorough research before embarking on this journey. I would be willing to co-write this with you if you want. Good luck on this journey.
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Postby Freedomist fighters » Tue May 18, 2021 4:56 am

Araraukar wrote:
Drew Durrnil wrote:I edited the preamble and added a character count


Why the 40-year limit? If an aircraft is maintained properly and has no issues, why must it be scrapped?


You can/should research more on the decommissioning of aircraft.

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Postby Drew Durrnil » Tue May 18, 2021 9:33 am

Freedomist fighters wrote:Hi, I saw the act that you are trying to pass and I have some suggestions, being a little av. geek myself I have a few concerns regarding this act.

Clauses,
1a. Just a minor issue regarding the definition of an aircraft, you said an aircraft is a vehicle "capable of transferring people", cargo planes do not necessary transport people, yet they are still aircraft. In addition, a military fighter jet does not necessarily transport passengers nor cargo, yet they are considered planes. Define the aircraft you would like to mention in this piece, whether it is a civil or state aircraft.

1a. continued) Can you please change the words "motor" to "jet engine", it is really hard to imagine someone operating a plane capable of carrying the weight of people/cargo being operated by a motor. P.S. the definition of a motor is "a machine that converts electrical energy to mechanical energy." Most aircraft use fuel to fly.

1d. Your definition of a pilot is "a person who is operating and/or navigating an aircraft", can you be more specific. Being a pilot is an occupation where the person is TRAINED in operational procedures of an aircraft and operates the flight control of an aircraft as a profession. By your definition, a group of hijackers who manage to take control of an aircraft, operate it and fly the plane to the ground would be considered "pilots".

1f. An airline is not necessary "tasked" to carry passengers or cargo, most airlines are privately operated, and they can stop their airline as they like. They operate it for profit, not "tasked" to operate it.

2a. This is one of the few parts that I have a major problem with.
Inspecting aircraft every 3 months
Please specify on the inspection, if you are talking about a visual inspection then you should note that a visual inspection must be conducted every flight by the flight crew and ground staff. Therefore, every 3 months would already be a huge mistake and would lead to a huge lapse of safety.
Whereas, if you are talking about a Heavy Maintenance Check (HMC) or commonly known as a check D, six months would be wildly excessive. Since such checks would take at least a month, we are talking about a huge grounding of a part of an airlines aircraft fleet for at least a month after 3 months. Ignoring just how expensive such inspections/ maintenance is, would make it economically unfeasible for airlines. With the passing of this law, it would be a most a year before the aviation industry grinds to a halt and we won't have any planes flying in a year and a half. (and WAAC is going to be in charge of the hundreds of thousands of aircraft daily?)
Last but not the least, there are going to be thousands of airlines and the WAAC is going to inspect all their aircraft? How?
Most inspection of aircraft is done by the company, why go intrude their freedom to run their own company. Most WA members live in a capitalist society and do not wish for something like this to happen.
Inspecting airlines
First, What kind of inspection are you going to give an airline. a review of its management, a financial audit, a physical inspection of their headquarters?
Next, Why?
Lastly, there are going to be thousands of airlines.
Inspecting airports
I really do not wish to repeat my points, it would be the same points as above.


2c. “Developing a training program for pilots of aircraft registered in WA member states without a pilot training program of their own”
Most states that do not have a pilot training program probably do not want/ allow the flying of planes. You would want the WAAC to be developing a training program for pilots there?
Ok. maybe the word “registered” meant that the nation-state allows it, but still, the nation would allow the pilots to fly without training?
So let's say hypothetically the nation allows the plane owners to register their planes there without training, but they dont have a training program. So WAAC comes in, is the program for free? Or must they pay? If they are a poor nation and can’t afford it will you force them to pay? Or will it be free so many nations would stop their own pilot training program for the WAAC to teach?

2d. What if after the investigation (which no one would be obligated to perform. Unless they are a nation that allows flying, but does not have an aviation authority and gains enough media coverage for the WAAC to conduct an investigation [FURTHER MENTIONED BELOW]) and the investigation concludes that because of a human error occurred that caused the accident, but the pilot is dead. Will the dead pilot or his family have to be punished?

3a. For this let me throw you a case study, a plane right now would be able to carry medical drugs that can impair someone and prevent a person from performing essentially human actions for a short while, let's say, anaesthesia. So here comes the question, After the passing of this law, would they still be able to do so?
Hint: From my interpretation, no.

All of 4. I do not believe objects have the intention to kill someone.

5a I to III. They can inform WAAC, but no mandate for WAAC or the nation to investigate.

5a IV. So ignoring why would any nation that allows flying not have an aviationauthority, you are hoping an incident would garner sufficiently media attention before WAAC investigates. It can be a small turboprop that crashes into the middle of the desert and the media does not find it important to report. How would you find out and investigate?
5b. major loophole
5c. Another loophole, an airline manufacturer can say that a large plane with hundreds of passengers cannot fit an emergency slide. I’m assuming you know better and i would not explain further.
5d. What is “necessary supplies”. So if the airport has the basic “necessary supplies”, do they need to have supplies in the case of an emergency.


Overall, it is a decent attempt at a new law, I can see where you are trying to go with it, but it has numerous loopholes. I strongly recommend that you review the entire act after reading what I have typed and not to put this up until you have successfully debunked my claims, defended your point or amended accordingly. I have seriously turned a blind eye to a few points including the way the act was phrased. Please do thorough research before embarking on this journey. I would be willing to co-write this with you if you want. Good luck on this journey.

fixed, thanks
I'm considering on adding you as a co-author
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Postby Ardiveds » Tue May 18, 2021 9:58 am

OOC: So regarding 2b. Why punish the family? If my brother, who's also a pilot, makes a mistake causing a crash, I can be punished simply for being related to him? Is there some meaning I'm missing?

I also wonder if 5b would better off with 'need' rather than 'fit'. I mean just because there's space for a copilot somehwere on the aircraft doesn't mean it actually needs one. Right?
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Postby Drew Durrnil » Tue May 18, 2021 10:00 am

Ardiveds wrote:OOC: So regarding 2b. Why punish the family? If my brother, who's also a pilot, makes a mistake causing a crash, I can be punished simply for being related to him? Is there some meaning I'm missing?

I also wonder if 5b would better off with 'need' rather than 'fit'. I mean just because there's space for a copilot somehwere on the aircraft doesn't mean it actually needs one. Right?

1. only if the pilot's dead, I'll edit that for clarity
2. I'll change that
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Postby Jedinsto » Tue May 18, 2021 10:03 am

That's fucked up. You want to punish people for their family's actions? Is this North Korea now?
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Postby Drew Durrnil » Tue May 18, 2021 10:07 am

Jedinsto wrote:That's fucked up. You want to punish people for their family's actions? Is this North Korea now?

that was a placeholder since I couldn't find a good alternative
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Postby Bananaistan » Tue May 18, 2021 10:44 am

OOC: How does all this fit with GAR#342?
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Postby Drew Durrnil » Tue May 18, 2021 10:58 am

Bananaistan wrote:OOC: How does all this fit with GAR#342?

Sorry, I didn't plan that out. I have two options in mind:
1. Repeal GA #342 and replace it with this proposal, or
2. Make this proposal supplementary to GA #342.
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Postby Ardiveds » Tue May 18, 2021 11:09 am

OOC: I still don't get the logic behind 2b. The first part "punish the responsible party" is fine but the second part is seems shifting the blame and punishing for the sake pf punishment. I mean if the crash was completely the pilot's fault but he's dead, now we're just charging the airline because what? We need a scapegoat? If it was also the airline's fault then why should the pilot have to die in order for it to be punished. Why not leave it at "punish the responsible party/parties"?
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Postby Drew Durrnil » Tue May 18, 2021 11:15 am

Ardiveds wrote:OOC: I still don't get the logic behind 2b. The first part "punish the responsible party" is fine but the second part is seems shifting the blame and punishing for the sake pf punishment. I mean if the crash was completely the pilot's fault but he's dead, now we're just charging the airline because what? We need a scapegoat? If it was also the airline's fault then why should the pilot have to die in order for it to be punished. Why not leave it at "punish the responsible party/parties"?

ok, done
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Postby Bears Armed » Tue May 18, 2021 1:26 pm

Drew Durrnil wrote:
Bananaistan wrote:OOC: How does all this fit with GAR#342?

Sorry, I didn't plan that out. I have two options in mind:
1. Repeal GA #342 and replace it with this proposal, or
2. Make this proposal supplementary to GA #342.

OOC: If you take option #2 then you still have to make your proposal capable of standing on its own even if GAR#342 were ever to be repealed... That's the 'House of Cards' rule.
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Postby Drew Durrnil » Tue May 18, 2021 1:28 pm

Bears Armed wrote:
Drew Durrnil wrote:Sorry, I didn't plan that out. I have two options in mind:
1. Repeal GA #342 and replace it with this proposal, or
2. Make this proposal supplementary to GA #342.

OOC: If you take option #2 then you still have to make your proposal capable of standing on its own even if GAR#342 were ever to be repealed... That's the 'House of Cards' rule.

OOC: I'm sure that this proposal can exist without GA #342
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I don't see the necessity of this resolution. Even then, it still needs a lot of work to get my support.
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Drew Durrnil wrote:Defines the following;
  1. An "aircraft" as a vehicle powered by a jet engine or propellor(s) that is capable of transferring people or cargo via airspace;

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Prohibits the following on all aircraft;
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  2. Anything that is able to impair the functionings of said aircraft;

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Prohibits the following on all passenger aircraft;
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  2. Any item that can exacerbate an attack intended to harm or kill someone;

"My body contains 22 implements designed to inflict lethal force, including a number of explosive and chemical devices. It contains 402 additional implements which I might use to inflict non-lethal or less lethal harm, with varying degrees to which that is their primary function. I would never permit my disassembly merely to board an aircraft, especially were the disassembly to be carried out by creatures as primitive as yourself."
All aircraft must have a copilot, if the WAAC concludes that the aircraft needs one;

"By what metric is this determined, and at what standard does a vessel's autopilot become an adequate copilot?"
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