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Video Surfaces of Harrison Ford Airplane’s Taxiway Landing & Near Miss With An American Airlines Flight

Courtesy: TMZ Video Surfaces of Harrison Ford Airplane’s Taxiway Landing & Near Miss With An American Airlines Flight Last week I reported on a Federal Aviation Administration investigation into an incident at John Wayne Airport in Carlifornia,...Show More Summary

Two planes clip wings at Phoenix airport, no injuries reported

5 days agoNews : The Raw Story

Two taxiing airplanes clipped wings at the airport in Phoenix on Thursday, but there were no injuries, the Federal Aviation Administration said. Southwest flight 4182, a Boeing 737, and Frontier flight 756, an Airbus A320, clipped wing tips on a taxiway at Sky Harbor International Airport around 8...

Airport, FAA to meet with neighbors about noise issues

With F-35 fighter jets arriving at Vermont's largest airport in 2019 and a voluntary home buyout underway due to airport noise, the Federal Aviation Administration, the airport and the Air … Click to Continue »

Harrison Ford Under Investigation After Close Call With Passenger Plane

The Federal Aviation Administration is reportedly investigating an incident involving Harrison Ford after the actor, a vintage plane enthusiast, reportedly had a close call with a passenger plane at a Southern California airport Monday. According...Show More Summary

Harrison Ford Under Investigation in Airplane Incident Monday

Actor Harrison Ford, who has been involved in a series of crashes and near-crashes while piloting aircraft, was involved in a “potentially serious incident” Monday that is under investigation by the Federal Aviation Administration, NBC News reports. The latest incident...

Harrison Ford involved in close call at John Wayne Airport; FAA investigating

Actor and vintage plane buff Harrison Ford was involved in a close-call incident involving a 737 passenger jet at John Wayne Airport in Orange County on Monday, and the Federal Aviation Administration is investigating. FAA officials did not disclose the name of the pilot involved in the incident...

Harrison Ford involved in close call at John Wayne Airport; FAA investigating

Actor and vintage plane buff Harrison Ford was involved in a close-call incident involving a 737 passenger jet at John Wayne Airport in Orange County on Monday, and the Federal Aviation Administration is investigating. FAA officials did not disclose the name of the pilot involved in the incident...

FAA investigating airplane incident reported to involve actor Harrison Ford

last weekNews : The Raw Story

The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration said on Tuesday it is investigating an incident involving a single-engine private plane that flew over an American Airlines Boeing 737 jet in Santa Ana, California. NBC News reported that actor Harrison Ford was piloting the private plane, an Aviat Husky,...

China detains a man for five days — for using his phone on a flight

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Between Jan. 5 and Feb. 6, police in Beijing detained three passengers for allegedly using their mobile phones during flights, the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) announced this week. And while the use of phones on flights is often curtailed all over the world, both the wide scope of the arrests and the severity […]

FAA says drones aren't allowed near Super Bowl

The Federal Aviation Administration is warning that drones won't be allowed in the airspace around the Super Bowl on Sunday in Houston        

Going to the Super Bowl? Leave your drones at home

Here’s your annual reminder: the Super Bowl is a No Drone Zone. The Federal Aviation Administration sent out a public service announcement reminding people that the airspace around NRG Stadium in Houston is a No Drone Zone for the Super Bowl. Show More Summary

Airlines urge US to clarify Trump's travel ban

The aviation industry's trade association on Monday criticised US President Donald Trump's travel bans for "causing confusion" and called on Washington to clarify the new rules. "We ask for early clarity from the US administration on the current situation," the International Air Transport Association (IATA) said in a statement. Show More Summary

Aviation leaders hope Trump curbs foreign competitors, privatizes air traffic

3 weeks agoNews : USAToday: News

Aviation executives expect Trump administration support to block flights of Middle East airlines, shift air-traffic control to a private cor...        

Lyela Mutisya hopes drones can save Kenya’s coffee industry

Lyela Mutisya is a senior at Lewis University in Illinois, studying Aviation Administration. She’s got her sights set far beyond graduation day, and how she can use drones to eventually help her father’s coffee farm in Kenya. Do you know an awesome drone girl I should profile? Contact me here. Show More Summary

Delta grounds domestic US flights after ‘automation issue’: FAA

3 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

The Federal Aviation Administration on Sunday said all Delta Air Lines Inc’s domestic flights were grounded until 0100 GMT after a request from the company due to an “automation issue.” The problem affects all Delta mainline and sub carriers to domestic destinations, but...

Update: Ground Stop Canceled For Delta Air Lines — But…

3 weeks agoTravel / Air Travel : The Gate

If you have been affected by the ground stop of Delta Air Lines in the 48 continuous United States as the result of automation issues, I have some good news to report to you: the Federal Aviation Administration of the United States has issued the following advisory moments ago... The post Update: Ground Stop Canceled For Delta Air Lines — But… appeared first on The Gate.

Delta US flights grounded due to "automation issues"

Delta Air Lines has grounded its domestic flights because of "automation issues." That's according to an advisory Sunday by the Federal Aviation Administration. Delta spokesman Morgan Durrant said the airline … Click to Continue »

Delta grounds U.S. flights due to automation issue

3 weeks agoNews : USAToday: News

Delta Air Lines late Sunday grounded its U.S. flights due to an automation issue, according to the Federal Aviation Administration.        

Emirates' New Athens Flights: A Sharp Poke in the Eye

Emirates' recent announcement that they would begin nonstop flights from Newark to Athens on March 12 struck many Washington aviation experts as remarkably bold, something like an "in your face" to the Trump administration, which has promised to put U.S. Show More Summary

One of the best low-cost airlines in the world is finally coming to America

AirAsia X is finally coming to America. On January 24, the Malaysian low-cost carrier announced that it has been granted certification from the Federal Aviation Administration to fly into the US. According to the airline, AirAsia X is...Show More Summary

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