"Stay-At-Home" Laws Updated to Include Florida and Ohio (effect on aviation supply chain)

ASA has published a table summarizing the effect of “stay-at-home” laws on aviation supply chain business.  The Stay-At-Home table has been updated and it now includes California, Florida (Broward), Illinois, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, and Washington.

In general, we’ve found that airlines, and the supply chain that supports them are generally permitted to operate as critical infrastructure/essential businesses in most jurisdictions.  But some jurisdictions have not included repair stations and manufacturers in that same excepted category.

Even where the business is permitted to operate, employees should practice social distancing, frequent hand-washing, and other preventative steps to protect themselves from exposure to Covid-19.

ASA will continue updating this table as new information becomes available.

About Jason Dickstein
Mr. Dickstein is the President of the Washington Aviation Group, a Washington, DC-based aviation law firm. Since 1992, he has represented aviation trade associations and businesses that include aircraft and aircraft parts manufacturers, distributors, and repair stations, as well as both commercial and private operators. Blog content published by Mr. Dickstein is not legal advice; and may not reflect all possible fact patterns. Readers should exercise care when applying information from blog articles to their own fact patterns.

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