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China bars taking Samsung Galaxy Note 7 onboard flights from October 27

The Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) said on Wednesday that it will not allow Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phones to be taken on board flights from Oct. 27. The CAAC has said that it would outlaw the use and charging of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phones aboard flights from September 14. [[ This is a content summary only. Show More Summary

Taking a Galaxy Note 7 onto an airplane is now a federal crime

Last week, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) officially banned Galaxy Note 7s from being carried onto airplanes following the CPSC’s decision to recall all variants after reports started to surface online of replacements bursting...Show More Summary

Galaxy Note 7 now banned from air travel

last weekHumor / odd : Boing Boing

Withdrawn by Samsung and recalled from store shelves, the explosion-prone Galaxy Note 7 is now forbidden in the skies. The Federal Aviation Administration has officially banned it, via an emergency prohibition order, making it a federal...Show More Summary

I passed the FAA Part 107 test! Here’s what it’s like (and how I studied)

Hey guys! This week I am super excited because I now have my remote pilot certificate from the Federal Aviation Administration. I wanted to tell you a little bit about my experience, how I studied, and what to expect. I took the test in Oakland, Calfornia at the Aviation Institute of Maintenance. Show More Summary

All Samsung Galaxy Note7 Devices Banned From Airplanes

The Department of Transportation, the Federal Aviation Administration, and the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration of the United States jointly announced yesterday that an emergency order has been issued to ban all...Show More Summary

Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 Smartphone Banned From All U.S. Flights

Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 was today banned from all airplanes and flights in the United States by the Department of Transportation, the Federal Aviation Administration, and the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration. It...Show More Summary

FAA Bans Samsung Galaxy Note 7 From All U.S. Flights Due To Fire Safety Concerns — Violators Can Expect Fines Or Prosecution

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 owners have just been delivered some more bad news as on Friday, an emergency order was issued by the Federal Aviation Administration and the Department of Transportation which states that beginning noon, October 15, the phone is banned from all flights in the United States. Show More Summary

US government bans Samsung Galaxy Note 7 on all flights

Another day, another update to Samsung’s Note 7 odyssey. If you’re a frequent flier who’s been holding on to a Note 7 for dear life, I have some bad news for you. The US Department of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration,Show More Summary

Federal agencies ban Samsung Note 7 smartphones from airplanes

Federal regulators issued an emergency order Friday banning the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphone from airplanes. The U.S. Department of Transportation, the Federal Aviation Administration and the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration said the phones can’t be carried on flights...

US bans Samsung Galaxy Note 7 on all flights

In the wake of Samsung's global recall of the Galaxy Note 7, the US has now banned the device on all aircraft, even if it's turned off. Previously, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) only issued a warning to have passengers keep the phones powered down during flights. Show More Summary

U.S. bans Samsung Galaxy Note7 from all flights

The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT), U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) have banned all Samsung Galaxy Note7 phones from airline flights, including air cargo. The Note7 ban is effective on Saturday, Oct. Show More Summary

US bans all Samsung Galaxy Note 7s from flights - CNET

The Federal Aviation Administration ban comes just after a second recall of the phone.

Safety Regulators Fine Amazon Again Over Hazardous Air Shipments

Federal Aviation Administration proposes fourth penalty in as many months, says retailer improperly shipped dangerous goods on aircraft,

Plane evacuated after Samsung smartphone starts smoking

(AP) — An overheating, smoking Samsung smartphone forced the evacuation of a Southwest Airlines jet that was preparing to take off Wednesday from the Louisville airport. The Federal Aviation Administration took the unusual step of warning...Show More Summary

Smoking Samsung Galaxy causes plane evacuation in Kentucky

3 weeks agoNews : NY Daily News

The Federal Aviation Administration "strongly advises" owners of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 to not fly with the phones.

Implications of the new FAA rules

3 weeks agoHobbies / Drones : Drone Blog

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) recently announced its first official rules for commercial use of small unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), or drones, as the rest of the world calls them. These guidelines were created to ensure safety between drones and other aircraft. The new rules, known as Part 107, also simplify the requirements businesses have to follow

Congress members question whether SpaceX should conduct its own investigation

Ten Republican Congress members led by Rep. Mike Coffman (R-Colo.) have sent a letter to the heads of the Air Force, NASA and the Federal Aviation Administration questioning whether SpaceX should be allowed to lead its own investigation into a Sept. 1 launch pad explosion that destroyed a Falcon...

FAA will investigate Santa Monica's 'starvation strategy' to shut down its municipal airport

The Federal Aviation Administration announced Tuesday that it would investigate Santa Monica’s so-called starvation strategy that could close the city’s embattled airport within two years. It also issued a sharply worded warning for the city to put the brakes on the pending eviction of two airport...

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!

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

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