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Passenger With No Flying Experience Lands Plane After Pilot Became Incapacitated
A passenger without any flying experience managed to land a private plane safely at an airport in Florida after the pilot became incapacitated. The unidentified man used the cockpit to ...
May 11, 2022
Unruly Air Passenger Incidents Decline Significantly After Mask Mandate Suspension
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) on Wednesday reported a sharp decline in unruly air passenger incidents just one ...
May 6, 2022
FAA Punts on Airline Seat Size
Congress told the FAA to set minimum dimensions for airline passenger seating required for safety back in 2018. ...
April 12, 2022
FAA Proposes ‘Largest-Ever Fines’ Against 2 Unruly Passengers
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) announced on Friday that it had proposed its "largest-ever fines" against two passengers ...
April 9, 2022
US Agency Will Review FAA Efforts on ‘Flying Taxi’ Rules
WASHINGTON—The U.S. Transportation Department's Office of Inspector General said on Monday it will review progress by regulators in ...
March 8, 2022
FAA Issues 5G Warning for Boeing 737s but Says Practical Effects Are Limited
WASHINGTON—The Federal Aviation Administration has warned that 5G wireless operations can interfere with radio altimeters in Boeing 737s, ...
February 25, 2022
FAA Needs ‘Systemic Fix’ to Boeing 787 Dreamliner Production Issues
WASHINGTON—The head of the Federal Aviation Administration said Thursday the agency needs a "systemic fix" from Boeing to ...
February 18, 2022
FAA Will Conduct Final Inspections on New Boeing 787 Dreamliners
WASHINGTON—The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said Tuesday it will retain the authority to issue airworthiness certificates for all ...
February 15, 2022
FAA Moves to Protect Safety Employees From Manufacturer Interference
WASHINGTON—The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said Monday it was issuing draft guidance seeking to protect aviation employees who ...
February 8, 2022
US Wants Revised Pilot Training After Boeing 737 MAX Crashes
WASHINGTON—The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said Wednesday it is proposing training revisions to help pilots avoid overly reliance ...
February 2, 2022
US FAA Approves 78 Percent of Planes for Low-Visibility Landings Near 5G Airports
WASHINGTON— The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration on Thursday issued new approvals for additional altimeters that allow about 78 ...
January 21, 2022
FAA Sets Rules for Some Boeing 787 Landings Near 5G Service
Federal safety officials are directing operators of some Boeing planes to adopt extra procedures when landing on wet ...
January 15, 2022
The Associated Press
FAA Issues Expanded Safety Warning on 5G Rollout Over ‘A Wide Range’ of Safety Issues
Federal aviation regulators on Thursday expanded their warning about 5G services slated to launch in January on new ...
December 23, 2021
FAA Backs Inspections, Strengthening Key Part for Boeing 777-200 Engines
WASHINGTON—The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) on Wednesday called for inspections and strengthening a key part for Boeing 777-200 ...
December 22, 2021
US FAA Names WestJet Official as New Aviation Safety Chief
WASHINGTON—The Federal Aviation Administration said on Thursday it has tapped a Canadian airline safety official to head the ...
December 17, 2021
US Former Officials Urge ‘Speedy’ Resolution of 5G Wireless Aviation Dispute
WASHINGTON—Six former chairs of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) on Monday urged the Biden administration to quickly ...
December 16, 2021
US Airlines Warn 5G Wireless Could Cause Havoc With Flights
WASHINGTON—Major U.S. air carriers warned on Wednesday that plans by AT&T and Verizon Communications to use spectrum for ...
December 15, 2021
FAA: No More Commercial Astronaut Wings, Too Many Launching
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla.—Heads up, future space travelers: No more commercial astronaut wings will be awarded from the Federal ...
December 12, 2021
The Associated Press
US FAA Finds No Blue Origin Safety Issues After Review
WASHINGTON—The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration said on Friday it had found no safety issues after investigating allegations made ...
December 11, 2021
Boeing, Airlines: ‘Significant Time’ Needed to Resolve 5G Spectrum Issue
WASHINGTON—The aviation industry told the White House on Tuesday it will take "significant time" to ensure it is ...
November 10, 2021
US Aviation Regulator Warns of Potential Interference From 5G Spectrum Plan
WASHINGTON—The Federal Aviation Administration said on Tuesday it had issued a special information bulletin alerting manufacturers, operators, and ...
November 2, 2021
FAA Lacks Effective Oversight of American Airlines Maintenance Issues: Audit
WASHINGTON—The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) lacks effective oversight controls to ensure that American Airlines’ corrective actions for maintenance ...
October 23, 2021
FAA Dismisses Claims Weekend Flight Cancellations Were Related to Vaccine Mandates
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) announced the numerous flight cancellations at Southwest Airlines and other airlines over the ...
October 13, 2021
FAA to Deploy Software to Reduce Airport Delays
WASHINGTON—The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said Tuesday it plans to deploy a new software capability to reduce taxi ...
September 29, 2021
FAA Asks Airports to Help Deal With Increase in Unruly Passengers
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) on Thursday said it wants airports to deal with unruly passengers after a ...
August 5, 2021
FAA Issues New Flight Restrictions Over Afghanistan
The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said on Monday it has imposed new flight restrictions over Afghanistan for ...
July 27, 2021
FAA Requiring Emergency Inspections for More Bell Helicopters
WASHINGTON—The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said on Friday it was requiring emergency inspections for more than 500 ...
July 10, 2021
Quad Leaders Unveil Maritime Security Initiative to Increase Surveillance in Indo-Pacific
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Sales of New Homes Sink Over 16 Percent as High Prices, Rising Mortgage Rates Weigh on Buyers
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Department of Justice Mistakenly Referred to During Opening of Trump–Russia Probe: FBI Agent
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Ancient Amphitheater in Turkey Hosts First Concert in 1,600 Years
Doctor Who Survived the Cambodian Genocide Issues a Sincere Warning to Americans About Communism
Pelosi Responds for the First Time Since Being Banned From Communion