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What We’ve Done


Farragut International and its personnel, either on their own or in conjunction with an assembled team of experts, has been key to the success of a great many projects. The following is a sampling of those projects:

  • Farragut assembled a broad aviation coalition to successfully oppose legislation that would have severely disadvantaged private operators of aircraft in competition for contracts offered by state and local governments.
  • Farragut worked with a major Asian airport to promote new air services to that airport by U.S. airlines.
  • Farragut won in legislation multi-million dollar funding for a highway project essential to a non-profit medical facility.
  • Farragut has assisted foreign airlines obtain their FAA ops specs in a timely manner in order to begin service to the U.S.
  • Farragut helped a developer assemble an effective proposal to provide a major facility to the Federal Aviation Administration.
  • Farragut led the successful effort to pass legislation creating a new program to provide financial assistance to the bus industry.
  • Farragut advised a foreign airline in successfully correcting security problems at a foreign airport and thereby avoiding imminent listing of that airport by DOT as not meeting security standards.
  • Farragut has assisted a major U.S. airport expand its international air service and seek additional funding for capital expansion of the airport.
  • Farragut has advised numerous carriers and countries about FAA's International Aviation Safety Assessment (IASA) program, and on other FAA enforcement issues and operational requirements.
  • Farragut provided overall strategic advice and message development for a major transportation trade association in its effort to stall imposition of new economic regulations by the Department of Transportation.
  • Farragut works with a major U.S. manufacturer on water pollution issues at airports.
  • Farragut has assisted a major air traffic control contractor in its efforts in Latin America.

For further information, contact Rachel Trinder.


Meet Our Attorneys

Lonnie Pera is a partner at Zuckert, Scoutt & Rasenberger, focusing her practice on three areas: airline law and regulation; international aviation law; and international trade. Her trade practice often overlaps with the firm's aviation practice and focuses on doing business in Cuba.

Recent Firm Publications

U.S. Restrictions on Overflights and Air Transportation Services - Lonnie A. Pera, 2016.

Transportation Antitrust Cases, 2015 - James A. Calderwood and Jol A. Silversmith, 2016.

“It, Being Dead, Yet Speaketh”: The Recodification of the Federal Aviation Act of 1958, by Jol A. Silversmith, 2016.

EU 261: Recent U.S. Litigation Developments - Jonathon H. Foglia and Barbara M. Marrin, 2016.

Carrier Responsibility For Responding to Consumer Complaints - David M. Endersbee and Alexander T. Simpson, 2016.

DOT Enforcement of its Prohibitions on Unfair and Deceptive Practices, 2015 - Jol A. Silversmith, 2016.

FAA Enforcement of Airport Improvement Program Grant Assurances, 2015 - Jol A. Silversmith, 2016.

EPA Moves Closer to Regulating Aircraft Engine GHG EmissionsJonathon H. Foglia and Alexander T. Simpson, 2015.

Transportation Antitrust Cases, 2014 - James A. Calderwood and Jol A. Silversmith, 2015.

FAA Enforcement of Airport Improvement Program Grant Assurances, 2014 - Jol A. Silversmith, 2015

U.S. Changes Travel and Transportation Requirements to Cuba - Lonnie A. Pera, 2015.

FAA Issues Proposed Rules for Small Drones - Jonathon H. Foglia and Malcolm L. Benge, 2015.

DOT Enforcement of its Prohibitions on Unfair and Deceptive Practices, 2014 - Jol A. Silversmith, 2015.

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