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Chicago plans to cut O'Hare noise by rotating runways at night

The Emanuel administration on Friday will propose an experiment at O'Hare International Airport to rotate the runways used late at night, possibly on a weekly basis, to spread out jet noise, the city's aviation chief told the Chicago Tribune.

Allegiant Under Increased Scrutiny From Regulators After Latest Flight Disturbance

After a string of in-flight disturbances and accusations from a pilot’s union of poor safety standards, the Federal Aviation Administration has stepped up its scrutiny of budget carrier Allegiant Airlines. The Wall Street Journal reports...Show More Summary

Amazon Wants Drones to Have Their Own Dedicated Airspace

Image: Amazon Amazon and other would-be commercial drone operators have been going back and forth with the Federal Aviation Administration, trying to come to a consensus about when and where their unmanned aircraft can fly. Amazon'sShow More Summary

Feds Investigating Video Showing Drone-Mounted Gun Firing Live Rounds

last weekNews : Vice News

A Connecticut teen could be in deep water with the feds after posting video of a hands-free weapon — a drone rigged with a semiautomatic handgun that shoots multiple live rounds in the woods. The Federal Aviation Administration saidShow More Summary

Gun-firing ‘drone’ built by US teen under investigation by FAA

last weekNews : The Raw Story

The Federal Aviation Administration said Tuesday it was investigating an online video that shows an alleged home-made “drone” firing a handgun in the Connecticut countryside. The 14-second video called “Flying Gun” shows a homemade multi-rotor hovering off the ground,...

A teenager is being investigated by the FAA for operating a handgun-equipped drone

18-year old Austin Haughwout is under investigation in the US by the Federal Aviation Administration for possibly having broken its rules, after a video showing a quad-rotor drone equipped with a handgun surfaced on YouTube, reports ABC News. Show More Summary

An 18-year-old made a drone jury-rigged with a gun and the FAA has taken notice

CLINTON, Conn. (AP) — A teenager may be in trouble with federal aviation officials after posting online a video that shows shots being fired from a drone that had been rigged to carry a handgun. The Federal Aviation Administration said...Show More Summary

US Authorities Are Investigating A Teen Who Weaponised A Quadcopter

Earlier this month, a 14-second video entitled “Flying Gun” was posted on YouTube. It shows a flying quadcopter outfitted with a handgun firing four shots. Now, it’s become a Federal Aviation Administration investigation. More »    ...

The Feds Are Investigating a Teen Who Weaponized a Quadcopter

Earlier this month, a 14-second video entitled “Flying Gun” was posted on YouTube. It shows a flying quadcopter outfitted with a handgun firing four shots. Now, it’s become a Federal Aviation Administration investigation. Read more....

Father of Man Who Built Gun-Shooting 'Drone' Says Don't Panic

last weekNews : Newsweek: US

Since 18-year-old Austin Haughwout posted a now-viral video on YouTube earlier this month apparently showing a gun-firing drone, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has been trying to figure out whether the Connecticut resident...Show More Summary

FAA: Several Commercial Flights Over New Jersey Hit By Laser Beams

Several commercial flights over the skies of New Jersey were reportedly hit by laser beams on Wednesday night, officials from the Federal Aviation Administration confirmed. According to CNN, the FAA has launched an investigation into the incident which occurred between 9 p.m. Show More Summary

FAA reviewing proposed NFL stadium in Inglewood

The Federal Aviation Administration is conducting a routine review of the proposed professional football stadium in Inglewood, as the $1.86-billion project moves forward.

FAA Hits SkyWest With Speed, Altitude Restrictions After A Plane Allegedly Stalled During Descent

SkyWest Airlines will have to adjust the speed and altitude of some of its aircraft, after the Federal Aviation Administration says one of the airline’s planes stalled during descent last April. According to the FAA, a flight from Denver to Oklahoma City rapidly descended from 39,000 feet to 27,000 feet, reports ABC News (warning: link has video that autoplays). The … [More]

The Last Flight to Be Operated by US Airways Will Be…

2 weeks agoTravel / Air Travel : The Gate

Although the airline technically no longer exists since the operating certificates of US Airways and American Airlines were combined into one single operating certificate as approved by the Federal Aviation Administration of the United...Show More Summary

SkyWest Airline Fined $1.2Mln for Safety Violations - US FAA

SkyWest Airlines has been hit with more than $1.2 million in fines for flying a number of aircraft without proper safety inspections, the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said on Friday.

FAA axes Donald Trump-related navigation codes above Fla.

3 weeks agoNews : NY Daily News

Even the Federal Aviation Administration is cutting ties with Donald Trump.

The FAA is getting rid of Donald Trump references on its maps

The Federal Aviation Administration announced this week that navigational coordinate points with references to Donald Trump will be renamed. According to the New York Times' Karen Schwartz, the FAA believes the real estate mogul turned political candidate is too controversial a figure to associated with the agency. Show More Summary

At Least One Federal Agency Now Considers ‘Donald Trump’ an Offensive Term

In light of the recent controversy surrounding the United States' (arguably) most absurd presidential candidate, the Federal Aviation Administration has decided to rename three flight navigation points named after Donald Trump. (The points — "DONLD," "TRMMP," and "UFIRD" — are located above the airport in Palm Beach, Florida, where Trump... More »

U.S. FAA to change navigation codes named in honor of Trump: New York Times

3 weeks agoNews : The Newsroom

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) will rename three navigation coordination points that are currently named in honor of Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump, the New York Times said on Thursday. Show More Summary

Donald Trump Remarks Draw More Fallout, This Time From F.A.A.

The Federal Aviation Administration is renaming three navigation coordination points above Palm Beach International Airport that had been named in honor of Donald J. Trump.

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