Cases matching "Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)"
Cases 51 - 60 of 238
Advanced Science & Tech v. FAA
as 10-3113
Petitioner: ADVANCED SCIENCE & TECH
Respondent: COLUMBUS TECH AND SER INC, FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION
Marie Finazzo v. Robert Sturgell, et al We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 09-70617
Petitioner: MARIE ROSE FINAZZO
Respondent: ROBERT A. STURGELL, Acting Administrator of FAA, FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION
Multimax Inc v. FAA We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 99-1515
Petitioner: Multimax, Inc.
Respondent: Federal Aviation Administration
Intervenor: Informatica of America, Inc.
Independent Pilots Association v. FAA
as 11-1483
Petitioner: Independent Pilots Association
Respondent: Federal Aviation Administration
Midwest Helicopter Airways v. FAA
as 09-3206
Petitioner: MIDWEST HEALTH NET LLC, MIDWEST HELICOPTERS AIRWAYS, INCORPORATED
Respondent: FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION
Jorge Rojas v. FAA, et al
as 17-17349
Plaintiff - Appellant: JORGE ALEJANDRO ROJAS
Defendant - Appellee: FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION, UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
Eric Seabase v. FAA
as 17-73285
Petitioner: ERIC SEABASE
Respondent: FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION
Continental Airlines, Inc. v. FAA
as 08-1344
Petitioner: Continental Airlines, Inc.
Respondent: Federal Aviation Administration
Amicus Curiae For Petitioner: Airports Council International - North America
Elton Darby v. FAA
as 10-13003
Petitioner: ELTON H. DARBY
Respondent: FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION, ADMINISTRATOR, FAA, N T S B
St Johns United Chch, et al v. FAA We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 06-1386
Petitioner: St. John's United Church of Christ, Helen Runge, Shirley Steele and others
Respondent: Federal Aviation Administration
Intervenor For Respondent: City of Chicago

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