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Honda's first ever, $4.5 million jet has some impressive features

Honda is seriously diversifying its offerings with the HondaJet, a light-weight aircraft that got approval to fly by the Federal Aviation Administration in December. The HondaJet has been a $2 billion, 30-years-in-the-making project, according to Forbes. Show More Summary

Don’t Like the FAA’s Drone Registration? Sue Them!

11 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Hack a Day

When the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) began requiring registration of quadcopters (“drones”) in the US, it took a number of hobbyists by surprise. After all, the FAA regulates real 747s, not model airplanes. [John Taylor],...Show More Summary

Three killed when two small planes collide near Buffalo

yesterdayNews : NY Daily News

The Federal Aviation Administration says the crash happened around 9:30 a.m. on Sunday.

FAA may soon provide paid sick leave to newly-hired disabled vets

Newly-hired veterans working for the Federal Aviation Administration could soon qualify for paid sick leave, if their disability rating exceeds 30 percent. The House voted Tuesday to approve a bill … Click to Continue »

FAA is turning to social media to hire 1,400 new air traffic controllers

When you need to hire hundreds of tech-savvy millennials, it only makes sense that you recruit on social media. That is what the Federal Aviation Administration has done to try to hire 1,400 air traffic controllers to replace hundreds of workers who were hired after the 1981 air traffic controller’s...

It’s now illegal to use the Galaxy Note 7 on an airplane

You might have read about the advisory that the US Federal Aviation Administration sent out warning passengers not to use the Galaxy Note 7 on an airplane, the one that wiped over $10 billion from Samsung’s market value. That advisory...Show More Summary

FAA Poised to Take On Role as Traffic Cop for Space

The Federal Aviation Administration appears poised to take on a new role some agency officials have coveted for years: serving as traffic cops in space.

FAA issues new guidance to airlines on recalled Samsung Galaxy Note7

The bad news trailing Samsung and its defective Galaxy Note7 smartphone continues as the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has issued yet another stern warning about the device, this time to airline companies instead of passengers.  SEE...Show More Summary

It's illegal to use Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 on a plane, says FAA - CNET

Now that the Samsung recall is official, the Federal Aviation Administration says the phones can't be used on aircraft.

Drone Racing Is Now on ESPN. Will People Watch?

Drones are going mainstream: The Federal Aviation Administration anticipates that by the end of 2016, people will own more than 2.5 million in the United States alone. But competitive drone-ing is newer still, and televised drone sports are practically uncharted territory, at least in the U.S. Show More Summary

FAA Proposes $892.5K Fine Against Air Methods For Dozens Of Air Ambulance Flights

The Federal Aviation Administration announced a proposed civil penalty of $892, 500 against Air Methods Corp. for allegedly flying an Airbus EC-135 helicopter on 51 passenger-carrying flights when it was in an unsafe condition for flight. According to the FAA's statement today, an FAA inspector in Tampa, Florida conducting an [...]

Note to self: Don't use your Galaxy note 7 on A plane

The Federal Aviation Administration issued the warning because the phones can explode. Video provided by Newsy        

Airlines and the FAA have placed major restrictions on flying with the Samsung Galaxy Note 7

Last week, Samsung was forced to halt sales of its new Galaxy Note 7 smartphone after dozens of the Korean electronics giant's new flagship handset exploded.  As a result, the Federal Aviation Administration issued a note late last week ...Show More Summary

3 dead as small plane crashes in Reno airport lot

2 weeks agoNews : USAToday: News

Federal Aviation Administration spokesman Ian Gregor says the single-engine plane crashed on takeoff around 6:15 p.m. PDT Sunday.        

FAA warns against using Samsung Galaxy Note 7 on planes

The Federal Aviation Administration is warning travelers to avoid turning on or charging Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phones while flying because of fire concerns.        

FAA’s Galaxy Note 7 warning wiped $10 billion from Samsung’s market value

The Federal Aviation Administration recently put out a warning about the Galaxy Note 7 being a potential fire hazard and urged passengers to not use the handset on flights. Samsung’s stock has already been under pressure since the company confirmed its global recall for the Galaxy Note 7 and this warning certainly did not help. Show More Summary

No Fly Phone: FAA Issues Galaxy Note 7 Warning

2 weeks agoTechnology : Tom's Guide

The Federal Aviation Administration issued a warning that advises passengers to disable the handset linked to explosions during flights.

Google parent to start delivering burritos by drone

SILICON VALLEY — It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s a burrito? Google’s parent company Alphabet and Chipotle Mexican Grill revealed a plan on Thursday to deliver burritos by aerial drone at Virginia Tech. The Federal Aviation Administration has already approved the experimental service, which will be headed up by Alphabet’s Project Wing unit. Show More Summary

FAA Warns Consumers Not to Use Galaxy Note7 On Planes

The Federal Aviation Administration doesn't want people to use the Samsung Galaxy Note7 smartphone on aircraft. "In light of recent incidents and concerns raised by Samsung about its Galaxy Note7 devices, the FAA strongly advises passengers...Show More Summary

FAA: Don't Use Samsung Phone on Planes

The Federal Aviation Administration has taken what the AP calls the "extraordinary step" of warning passengers not to use Samsung's new smartphone in the air. Samsung has had to recall the Galaxy Note7 worldwide due to battery fires, and it appears that the only safe way to have one on...

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