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Why Data Management is the Key for Safely Integrating Drones into the National Airspace

The number of commercial unmanned aircraft, or drones, in the U.S. is projected to grow tenfold over the next five years, according to the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). The agency said the key factor in its estimates of commercial drone growth is in “how quickly the regulatory environment will evolve, enabling more widespread routine

Drones all around — Unmanned aircraft take on various roles

The number of unmanned aircraft, or drones, in the United States will jump dramatically over the next five years, according to the Federal Aviation Administration. The increase comes after the Obama administration in 2016 implemented new rules that opened the skies to low-level small drones for education, research and routine commercial use. Show More Summary

Drones for Tower Inspections? Lookout for FAA Regulations

FAA Waivers May Be Required Last summer, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) issued its first regulations allowing commercial flights of small unmanned aircraft (sUAS, colloquially known as drones). As we reported, those rulesShow More Summary

Trump proposes to privatize air-traffic control

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President Trump proposed Thursday to move air-traffic controllers out of the Federal Aviation Administration.        

Drone sightings as reported to the FAA are up (and that’s not a bad thing)

The Federal Aviation Administration recently released its report of a drone sightings — and they are at an all-time high. The FAA’s list, includes pilot, air traffic controller, law enforcement and citizen reports of potential encounters with drones. Show More Summary

FAA investigates Michigan basketball team charter flight that slid off runway

WASHINGTON, March 8 (Reuters) - The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration said on Wednesday it is investigating a charter flight carrying the University of Michigan men's basketball team that slid off the runway at a suburban Detroit airport, sustaining extensive damage. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments

Proposed Oklahoma bill would allow destruction of drones

Proposed Oklahoma legislation heading to the Senate would exempt property owners from civil action if they destroy drones not regulated by the Federal Aviation Administration. The Tulsa World (http://bit.ly/2lwsEMG ) … Click to Continue »

Plane crash in Paynesville injures pilot from St. Cloud

The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating a plane crash in the central Minnesota city of Paynesville that left the pilot hospitalized. The Stearns County Sheriff's Office says it happened around … Click to Continue »

FAA head defends air traffic improvements which Trump called 'out of whack'

Federal Aviation Administration, or FAA, chief Michael Huerta has spoken up about his agency's efforts to improve its air traffic control system despite harsh criticism from President Trump. Read moreking Blogs | Comments

The FAA Is Investigating Failed Al D'Amato Coup On JetBlue Flight

The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating a January incident in which former U.S. Senator Alfonse D'Amato went ballistic on a delayed JetBlue flight from Fort Lauderdale to JFK. [ more › ]

Could the price of a drone be set to rise in the US?

Have a guess for me would you? Guess how many unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), or drones, there are in the US? Go on. Toss out a number. Got a figure in mind? Fabulous! Well, according to the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) latest...Show More Summary

Helicopter crashes near New Jersey apartment complex

A helicopter with two people on board has crashed near an apartment complex in New Jersey after its tail hit a garage. The Federal Aviation Administration says the helicopter went … Click to Continue »

Harrison Ford’s plane narrowly missed taxiing plane

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Newly released video shows a plane flown by actor Harrison Ford narrowly avoided hitting a taxiing plane at a Southern California airport last week. The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating the incident, and Ford could have his pilot’s license suspended.

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

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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

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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...

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