If you are responsible for flying an airplane, providing proper maintenance, or manufacturing aircraft parts, you will likely require legal assistance at some point. Whether you require an extra set of eyes for a contract or advice regarding Federal Aviation Administration registration as a part 91 operation, part 135 or need assistance with an FAA enforcement action, you can count on Dunlap Bennett & Ludwig to guide you through the murky world of aviation law. We have helped pilots, manufacturers, MRO’s, FBOs, local and national air carriers and a host of industry related clients with every aviation matter imaginable.

When National Aviation Law Attorneys Are Necessary

The aviation industry is, by necessity, quite complex. Pilots, aircraft owners, service providers (MRO, FBO etc.), crew members and manufacturers all struggle to understand the vast jumble of confusing laws and regulations. Although these are in place to ensure passengers’ continued safety, their inherently complex nature can make full compliance difficult to achieve.

Dunlap Bennett & Ludwig is well-equipped to deal with a wide array of cases related to aviation. Our aviation specialists enjoy offering counsel on such matters as aircraft management, aviation staffing, airport counter leasing, Federal Aviation Administration registration, ground handling and more. Their extensive understanding of the aviation industry as a pilot, aircraft owner and as an airport commissioner in charge of airport operations for the Washington DC metro areas largest regional feeder airport, combined with his open communication style, enable him to provide quick resolutions to seemingly impossible aviation cases. Tom has also served as an AOPA panel attorney for more than ten years and has lectured across the country on various aviation issues including manufacturing (at MARPA conferences) and enforcement.

Dunlap Bennett & Ludwig: A Rich History In Aviation

Dunlap Bennett & Ludwig was founded by former U.S. Army officers in 2001. Since then, the firm has proven itself to be an international leader in aviation law. Our team’s extensive experience in aviation law is particularly impressive, ranging from licensed instrument pilots to Airport Commissioners in Washington D.C. These roles allow our team to remain up to date in a constantly changing industry. In addition to sharing their thorough understanding of aviation law at a variety of professional conferences, our team is happy to apply this immense knowledge directly to the unique cases pursued at Dunlap Bennett & Ludwig.