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Small plane crashes in Hudson River; may be WWII-era model

NEW YORK (AP) — Police say a small plane has crashed in the Hudson River between New York and New Jersey, and aviation authorities say it may be a World War II-era plane. The Federal Aviation Administration say it received a report a World War II vintage P-47 Thunderbolt aircraft may have gone down in […]

Queens' tallest tower proposed for busy Long Island City

In early April, Queens-based United Construction and Development requested permission from the Federal Aviation Administration to build a 984-foot, 79-story tower on nine parcels centered on 23-15... To view the full story, click the title link.

Issa on the TSA: Privatize It

Rep. Darrell Issa proposes Cato-style aviation reforms in a CNN op-ed today. The congressman does an excellent job laying out problems with the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) and arguing that privatized screening wouldShow More Summary

FAA probes emergency landing of a blimp near a residential area in Philadelphia on Saturday

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The emergency landing of a blimp near a highway in a Philadelphia neighborhood is under investigation by the Federal Aviation Administration, an agency official said on Saturday. The blimp lost power before the emergency landing on Friday, FAA spokesman Rick Breitenfeldt said in an email. Two...

Restored vintage World War II bomber certified to fly

WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — A World War II aircraft that took nearly 16 years to restore might be flying over Kansas in the next few weeks after receiving a certificate of airworthiness from the Federal Aviation Administration. A nonprofit group called Doc’s Friends on Friday officially accepted the FAA certificate for a B-29 bomber known […]

Trump could win noise battle with airport if he is president

Trump has tried for two decades through the Federal Aviation Administration and the courts to force departing airliners to turn before reaching the historic and exclusive 17-acre estate, which is 2.5 miles east of the airport's primary...Show More Summary

A President Trump could trump his club's fight over planes

Trump has tried for two decades through the Federal Aviation Administration and the courts to force departing airliners to turn before reaching the historic and exclusive 17-acre estate, which is 2.5 miles east of the airport's primary...Show More Summary

Seven die in Afghanistan crash of Azerbaijan's Silk Way freight plane

BAKU (Reuters) - A freight plane of Azerbaijan's Silk Way airline crashed on Wednesday in Afghanistan, killing seven of its nine crew, Azerbaijan's civil aviation administration said.

Tupelo Plane Crash: Are Pre-Flight Errors To Blame? Photos Inside [Breaking]

A single-engine plane crashes in Tupelo, Mississippi, on May 16. Accordingly, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is on-scene attempting to determine if there were any possible pre-flight errors. So far, there has been one development in that regard. Show More Summary

FAA Proposes Policy Change to PFC Funding for Airport Rail Projects

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has issued a Federal Register Notice seeking public comment on proposed changes in the Passenger Facility Charge program.

Federal regulators give students green light to fly drones - CNET

The Federal Aviation Administration clarified its regulations Wednesday to allow students and their teachers to operate drones without government authorization.

FAA Grants Its First Approval for Flights of Commercial Drones at Night

The Federal Aviation Administration’s approval is the latest sign of how quickly U.S. regulators are moving to authorize expanded uses of unmanned aircraft.

Donald Trump's Jet Grounded Over Lapsed $5 Registration

This week, the Federal Aviation Administration grounded Donald Trump’s Cessna Citation X business jet, which flew as recently as Monday despite being unregistered since January 31 . Read more...

FAA grounds Trump's business jet for expired registration

The billionaire GOP candidate's 750 Citation X — in use lately to travel to campaign events — is grounded because its registration has expired. Federal Aviation Administration inspectors have contacted the jet's chief pilot about the plane's registration, which expired in January, the FAA said in a statement Wednesday.

Donald Trump’s Plane Registration Expired

From the Free Beacon: Trump Force Two is grounded. The smaller of Donald Trump’s two jet aircraft, a Cessna 750 Citation X, has expired Federal Aviation Administration registration as reported by the New York Times. The eight-passenger aircraft has been used by the Trump campaign since its registration expired on January 31. Photo by Gage […]

Trump Campaign Jet Not Registered to Fly

Donald Trump's private jet that is frequently used for campaign travel is not registered with the Federal Aviation Administration after the license was not renewed by the expiration date of Jan. 31, the New York Times is reporting. Without...Show More Summary

Donald Trump’s Jet, a Regular on the Campaign Trail, Isn’t Registered to Fly

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Records kept with the Federal Aviation Administration show the registration for the Cessna lapsed on Jan. 31; the plane could be grounded while the issue is sorted out.

Trump’s Plane Is Not Registered

New York Times: “Records kept with the Federal Aviation Administration show the aircraft’s registration lapsed on Jan. 31. Laura J. Brown, a spokeswoman for the Federal Aviation Administration, confirmed that the plane’s registration was not in good standing and said [...]

Open thread for night owls: Derp from Above

Tom Sullivan at Hullaballoo writes—Derp from Above: As the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) reauthorization bill makes its way through the Senate this week, Sens. Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.) and Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.) have been arguing for new rules that would limit cargo pilots' flight time tonine hours between rests. Show More Summary

FAA Confirms It’s a Federal Crime to Shoot Down a Drone

The Federal Aviation Administration is a busy organization, one that oversees everything from air traffic control systems to pilot certifications. You’d think that would leave it with enough on its hands, but the current vogue for civilian drones keeps piling new new responsibilities onto the beleaguered administration. Show More Summary

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