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FAA invites the public to learn about upcoming airspace and air traffic control changes for the region

Starting Wednesday night, and for the next three weeks, the Federal Aviation Administration will hold 14 public webinars and workshops to discuss airspace and air traffic control changes across Southern California. The changes are part of the Southern California Metroplex project, which will revise...

FAA invites the public to learn about upcoming airspace and air traffic control changes for the region

Starting Wednesday night, and for the next three weeks, the Federal Aviation Administration will hold 14 public webinars and workshops to discuss airspace and air traffic control changes across Southern California. The changes are part of the Southern California Metroplex project, which will revise...

WaPo: Donald Trump’s Many Businesses Set To Be Overseen By Trump Appointees At Federal Agencies

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The Washington Post reports: Airplanes belonging to Donald Trump’s businesses will be inspected over the next four years by employees of the Federal Aviation Administration that he will lead. Disputes over Trump’s trademark registrations could be reviewed by judges appointed by his hand-picked commerce secretary. Show More Summary

FAA signs off on construction of shiny Rams stadium in Inglewood

The administration has said the stadium’s reflective walls could scramble radar signals The Federal Aviation Administration has signed off on the NFL stadium under construction in Inglewood, the Los Angeles Times reports. In November...Show More Summary

FAA approves Inglewood stadium that Rams and Chargers will share

The Federal Aviation Administration on Friday approved the $2.6-billion stadium the Rams and Chargers will share in Inglewood. The agency was concerned with how the radar at nearby Los Angeles International Airport would interact with the stadium that’s the centerpiece of a 298-acre development....

Watchdog report on air-traffic control revives privatization debate

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The Federal Aviation Administration's response to outages from fires or floods at air-traffic control facilities are improving, but still ne...        

FAA to Halt Galaxy Note7 Warnings Thanks to 96% Return Rate

Samsung said this week that the U.S. Department of Transportation and Federal Aviation Administration are no longer requiring airlines to warn passengers about the Galaxy Note7 during boarding. Samsung says high participation of its refund and exchange program has helped it collect most outstanding devices. Show More Summary

U.S. airlines are no longer required to warn passengers about the Note 7

The Note 7 saga is finally coming to a close. The Federal Aviation Administration has announced that airlines in the U.S. will no longer have to notify passengers about the Note 7. The phone is still banned from all passenger and cargo...Show More Summary

FAA Relaxes Medical Standards For General Aviation Pilots

The Federal Aviation Administration today announced final rules making it easier for private pilots to meet medical requirements. The changes announced today are effective May 1 and will provide pilots an alternative to meeting the current medical licensing requirements if they meet each of the following requirements: Possess a valid [...]

Elon Musk's SpaceX Ready to Launch Again on January 8

If the Federal Aviation Administration gives the green light, SpaceX could be ready to launch again as soon as January 8.

More than half a million drones registered in first year

This time last year, the Federal Aviation Administration implemented its web-based drone registration system. Existing drone owners were required to register by Feb. 19, 2016 or face up to a $250,000 fine. Owners of drones weighing more than 0.55 pounds and less than 55 pounds are legally required to register their drones. Show More Summary

How a jet from LAX was accidentally sent toward Mt. Wilson

Good morning. It’s Wednesday, Dec. 21. Here’s what’s happening in California: TOP STORIES Bad flight path The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating a frightening incident last Friday at LAX. Air traffic controllers accidentally directed a jet to fly in the wrong direction and toward...

Air Traffic Controller at LAX Accidentally Directs Jet Toward Another Aircraft

The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating after an aircraft departing Los Angeles International Airport was given the wrong information by air traffic control and directed toward the path of another plane. According to FAA spokesman Ian Gregor, an EVA Air Boeing 777 bound for Taiwan took off early Friday from the airport’s south runway complex, […]

FAA investigates case of jet that was misdirected after LAX departure

The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating an incident in which an aircraft was given the wrong heading by traffic controllers and directed toward another aircraft after departing Los Angeles International Airport. Bound for Taiwan, the EVA Air Boeing 777 took off early Friday from the...

Large Military Plane Over Manhattan Turns Heads Skyward

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An HC-30 and two military helicopters seen over New York were conducting authorized flights in coordination with Federal Aviation Administration air-traffic control, the agency said.

FAA orders a halt to evictions of aviation companies at embattled Santa Monica Municipal Airport

The Federal Aviation Administration on Tuesday ordered Santa Monica to halt the evictions of two aviation companies at its municipal airport until the agency can finish an investigation into the city’s effort to shut down the facility. FAA officials issued an interim cease-and-desist order to stop...

FAA orders a halt to evictions of aviation companies at embattled Santa Monica Municipal Airport

The Federal Aviation Administration on Tuesday ordered Santa Monica to halt the evictions of two aviation companies at its municipal airport until the agency can finish an investigation into the city’s effort to shut down the facility. FAA officials issued an interim cease-and-desist order to stop...

FAA declines to allow cranes at Inglewood construction site

There’s some potential “7-9 bullsh-t” happening with the Rams’ new stadium in Inglewood. Daniel Kaplan of SportsBusiness Journal reports that the Federal Aviation Administration has declined to issue permits for cranes needed to build the structure. “We’re not going to evaluate any crane applications until our concerns with the overall project are resolved,” FAA spokesman Ian…

SpaceX Says It’s Ready for Liftoff Again. The FAA Begs to Differ

An Federal Aviation Administration spokesman says the agency has not given SpaceX license to launch in early January. The post SpaceX Says It's Ready for Liftoff Again. The FAA Begs to Differ appeared first on WIRED.

System lets users design and fabricate drones with a wide range of shapes and structures

This fall's new Federal Aviation Administration regulations have made drone flight easier than ever for both companies and consumers. But what if the drones out on the market aren't exactly what you want?

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