Warning about a potential for high-fatality crashes, safety investigators recommended two years ago that the Federal Aviation Administration impose greater oversight on hot air balloon operators, government documents show. The FAA rejected those recommendations. A hot air balloon with 16 people...
The hot air balloon crash happened around 7:40 a.m. local time, and the Federal Aviation Administration and National Transportation Safety Board are investigating the scene. Continue reading ? The post Hot air balloon carrying 16 people crashes near Austin, Texas appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
With the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration refusing […]
Ilya Shapiro, Berin Szoka, Randal John Meyer, Thomas W. Struble Last year, a company called Flytenow was poised to revolutionize air travel by allowing private pilots already going to a destination to share their costs with would-be travelers — kind of like a college rideshare bulletin board, but on the internet. Show More Summary
Well, either this was the shortest month ever experienced; or it was only four days since the Federal Aviation Administration of the United States issued a notice to airmen dated Friday, July 15, 2016 announcing that airline carriers...Show More Summary
The United States has lifted the ban on flights to and from Turkey, the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said in a twitter message on Monday.
After months of debate over the Federal Aviation Administration reauthorization bill, and at an apparent impasse over privatizing air traffic control, Congress has settled on a compromise — with some unexpected benefits for the average...Show More Summary
The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration has prohibited all airlines from flying from Turkey to the United States, it said on Saturday, after a failed coup sparked violence and a government crackdown there. The agency also issued a notice banning U.S. commercial and private aircraft from flying to...
The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said all flights coming to the United States from Istanbul, Turkey will be allowed to land, local media reported.
Losing near-monopoly control over Newark Liberty International Airport is going to cost United Airlines $412 million, or $264 million after taxes. The Federal Aviation Administration announced in... To view the full story, click the title link.
Today, the House passed H.R. 636 to extend the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) programs until September 30, 2017. While manufacturers are eager for the long-term certainty that a full FAA...
The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) introduced restrictions on flights over Dallas, Texas on Friday after gunmen started a shooting during protests against police violence.
A Connecticut father and son are headed for a court showdown with the Federal Aviation Administration.
FindLaw columnist Eric Sinrod writes regularly in this section on legal developments surrounding technology and the Internet. The Federal Aviation Administration has announced in a press release that it has finalized its first operational rules for the use of small unmanned aircraft systems, otherwise more commonly known as drones. According......
Back in May I wrote about how airlines, air traffic controllers, and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) were all getting... Read More
Yesterday the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) issued a new set of rules for the use of drones in the United States for “non-hobby and non-recreational purposes,” i.e. commercial production and journalism. The rules introduce aShow More Summary
Categories: Afternoon Coffee Tags: General News The Federal Aviation Administration released rules for the use of commercial drones. The rules take effect in late August and provide safety regulations that are aimed at minimizing the risks drones pose for other aircraft and people on the ground, while still promoting innovation and job growth. Show More Summary
SEATTLE—The Federal Aviation Administration has issued its new rules that regulate the commercial use of small unmanned aircraft systems or drones, and it doesn't look good for Amazon's plans for drone delivery. The new rules, which take effect in late August, regulate the commercial use of drones that weigh less than 55 pounds. Show More Summary
The Federal Aviation Administration proposed two fines Wednesday totaling $130,000 against Amazon.com for alleged hazardous-materials violations.
By David Shepardson WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration said on Wednesday it is proposing $130,000 in civil fines against Amazon.com Inc for two new violations of shipping products that allegedly violated hazardous materials regulations. Show More Summary