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The FAA’s Drone Registry Shouldn’t Be Exempt From FOIA Requests

When its proposed national drone registry comes online, the Federal Aviation Administration will be poised to collect the names and street addresses of recreational drone users across the country. Who will be able to access that data...Show More Summary

Daily Report: Cool Drone. Is It Registered?

3 days agoTechnology : Bits

A task force assigned by the Federal Aviation Administration said that nearly all recreational drones should be registered with the federal government.

What America's drone owner database could look like in future

ID number per person, tiny gadgets exempted, personal info optional, etc A task force assembled by the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has revealed its suggestions for personal drone registration in the US.…

FAA Task Force Wants Drone Owners to Register With Government

A Federal Aviation Administration task force made up of companies like Amazon, Google and Walmart has proposed that personal information of drone owners be exempt from Freedom of Information Act requests.

FAA recommends registering drone pilots instead of individual drones

A U.S. Federal Aviation Administration task force has issued a set of recommendations for registering unmanned drones, looking to manage the increasingly popular technology.

FAA task force recommends pilots of drones be registered

The United States Federal Aviation Administration has received recommendations from a task force investigating small unmanned aerial vehicles. As expected, it’s been put forth that drones weighing more than 9 ounces (approximately 250 grams) will need to be registered with the government. Show More Summary

FAA Task Force Recommends Requiring Registration For All Drones

A task force directed by the Federal Aviation Administration to recommend guidelines for drone operators has announced the results of its work, issuing a report today that covers which unmanned aircraft will need to be registered before taking to the skies. A report from the special task force [PDF], created in October and made up of drone manufacturers, …

WATCH: Transgender Pilots Subject to Extra FAA Scrutiny Despite Policy Change

A pilot who has flown for years was forced by the Federal Aviation Administration to undergo an additional psychological evaluation to renew her license after she decided to transition, despite policy changes, reported San FranciscoShow More Summary

Lockheed's Massive New Airship Gets Go-Ahead

The Federal Aviation Administration gave Lockheed Martin the greenlight for the defense contractor’s hybrid airships, which it plans to roll out as early as 2018.

Two Air France flights from the United States to Paris diverted: FAA

Two Air France flights en route to Paris from the United States were diverted on Tuesday following anonymous threats, and passengers and crew were safely removed, the airline and the Federal Aviation Administration said. An Airbus A-380...Show More Summary

Paris-bound flight from Los Angeles diverted due to security concerns

Federal officials say an Air France flight bound for Paris from Los Angeles was diverted to Salt Lake City because of security concerns. Federal Aviation Administration spokesman Allen Kenitzer says the Air France Flight 65, an Airbus A-380, landed safely in Salt Lake City on Tuesday night and...

FAA Says UAV Registration Will Be Simple, Warns Against Using ‘Drone Registration Firms’

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) says the future process of registering unmanned aerial vehicles, confirmed to be in development a month ago, will be intuitive enough to ‘probably’ do it on your own. This update comes on the heels of an alarming trend – ‘drone registration firms’ that are popping up left and right offering to [...]Show More Summary

Two Air France flights from the United States to Paris diverted: FAA

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Two Air France flights en route to Paris from the United States were diverted on Tuesday because of security issues, the Federal Aviation Administration said.

Lockheed gets FAA approval for hybrid airship plan

(Reuters) - The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration approved a certification plan developed by Lockheed Martin for its hybrid airships, the company said, taking it one step closer to starting commercial deliveries of the airships. The...Show More Summary

FAA: You Don’t Need To Pay Someone To Register Your Drone

When you go to register your car, you don’t shop around at different companies and then pay one to perform that service. The Federal Aviation Administration wants you to know you don’t have to fork over cash to register your drones, either. There’s no need to enlist a private company to handle drone registration, the agency said today in a …

Ohio officials confirm nine dead in fiery jet crash

2 weeks agoNews : The Newsroom

Nine people died in a fiery business jet crash in Ohio, state officials confirmed on Wednesday, as an investigation into the reasons for the jet's crash continued. Officials from the Federal Aviation Administration and the National Transportation...Show More Summary

FAA Warns Shiny Inglewood NFL Stadium Could Jam LAX Radar

Earlier this year, a totally crazed report commissioned by (former) competitor AEG called the proposed new NFL stadium in Inglewood a prime terrorist target. Now, a new report from the Federal Aviation Administration says well, it could actually be...

Latest hurdle for Kroenke’s Rams-to-L.A. plan comes from the FAA

Rams owner Stan Kroenke faces a number of obstacles if he wants to build his proposed new stadium in Inglewood. And the latest comes from not other NFL owners, but the Federal Aviation Administration. According to Nathan Fenno of the Los Angeles Times, the FAA released a preliminary report saying the former Hollywood Park site is “presumed…

Proposed NFL stadium in Inglewood faces FAA scrutiny over height, effects on radar

2 weeks agoHealth : Booster Shots

The proposed NFL stadium in Inglewood faces a new challenge, after the Federal Aviation Administration released a preliminary report saying the venue at the former Hollywood Park site is "presumed to be a hazard to air navigation." The 27-page report issued Monday warned the proposed $1.86-billion...

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