Federal Aviation Administration

Faa Shares Details From Dale Earnhardt Jr. Plane Crash: Hard Landing Before Catching Fire

Federal Aviation Administration says plane carrying Dale Earnhardt Jr. and family had “hard landing, bounced, departed the runway and caught fire.”       

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“this Is Wrong”: Ted Cruz, Steve Scalise Torch Joaquin Castro For Doxxing Pro-trump Constituents

Subcommittee Chairman Ted Cruz, R-Texas, speaks as FAA Acting Administrator Daniel Elwell, NTSB Chairman Robert Sumwalt, and DOT I.G. Calvin Scovel appear before a Senate Transportation subcommittee hearing on commercial airline safety, on Capitol...
Related topics: National Transportation Safety Board, Senate

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Watch Live: Faa Faces A Grilling In The Senate Over Boeing’s 737 Max

The Senate Appropriations Committee spent most of the morning Wednesday grilling the FAA over safety concerns regarding the 737 MAX. The agency told Congress they hope for “near-simultaneous approval” around the world for the 737 MAX plane,...
Related topics: Senate, Boeing

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Congressional Deregulation Has Left Air Safety Standards ‘out Of Control’ Of Faa

A new report by the New York Times reveals the extent to which Boeing was allowed by the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to effectively self-regulate when it came to the Maneuvering Characteristics Augmentation System (MCAS) software, the...
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Ups Wants To Bring Drone Deliveries To U.s. Hospitals

Unmanned aerial vehicle (Photo Credit: Pexels/Pixabay) Move over, Amazon: UPS is on track to have one of the country’s first fully certified, revenue-generating drone operations. The United Parcel Service this week applied to the...
Related topics: Drones, Usa Photos, Amazon

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Tarnished Faa Set To Get Embattled New Leader

The Federal Aviation Administration is finally about to get a new leader — a move that ideally would offer a clean break for an agency that has faced months of punishing scrutiny over two deadly crashes of Boeing's 737 MAX.Instead, incoming...
Related topics: Boeing

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Senate Panel Advances Faa Nominee Over Democrats' Objections

A Senate committee advanced former Delta Air Lines executive Steve Dickson’s nomination to head the troubled Federal Aviation Administration on Wednesday, dismissing Democrats' concerns about the airline's response to a whistleblower's safety...
Related topics: Senate

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Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler Tries To One-up Ted Cruz On The Antifa Issue, Fails Miserably

Subcommittee Chairman Ted Cruz, R-TX, speaks as FAA Acting Administrator Daniel Elwell, NTSB Chairman Robert Sumwalt, and DOT I.G. Calvin Scovel appear before a Senate Transportation subcommittee hearing on commercial airline safety, Wednesday,...
Related topics: National Transportation Safety Board, Senate

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Boeing Shares Hit As Faa Finds New 737 Max Issue

Shares of Boeing tumbled Thursday, a day after US regulators identified a new issue in the Boeing 737 MAX that will likely slow the plane's return to service following two deadly crashes.
Related topics: Boeing

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Faa Finds New Flaw In 737 Max: Will Airline Stocks Suffer?

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Your Faa: Hard At Work Investigating Chick-fil-a's Exclusion From Some Airports

I'll bet you thought the FAA was hard at work doing some things to keep us safer in the skies, didn't you? Guess again. Today's little FAA project has nothing to do with those things. Apparently the thing most threatening to air travelers is...an...
Related topics: Airports

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Boeing Shares Slide On Reports Of Sec Investigation

Since the aviation authorities around the world grounded the 737 MAX 8 following a second suspicious crash, the scrutiny facing Boeing has been intensifying. Over the past two months, the DoJ has opened a criminal probe, the FAA is looking into...
Related topics: Boeing

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Faa To Share Data With Foreign Govts Prior To 737 Max Return To Service - Report

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) will share a safety analysis, that will inform decision making on return to service of 737 Max jets, with foreign governments, Reuters reported citing the Acting Administrator.
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Lawmakers On Capitol Hill Had Sharp Questions For Faa Officials

Officials with the Federal Aviation Administration were on Capitol Hill Wednesday answering questions about the troubled Boeing 737 Max. The now-grounded planes have crashed twice.
Related topics: Boeing

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Revealed: Leaked Audio Outs Boeing Executives For Ignoring Pilots Demands On 737 Max

On Tuesday, The New York Times reported that before the Ethiopian Airlines crash, pilots urged Boeing executives to push the Federal Aviation Administration to issue an emergency airworthiness directive for the 737 Max’s Maneuvering...
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6 Missing After Midair Floatplane Collision In Alaska

Six people are missing after two floatplanes collided in midair Monday near the southeast Alaska town of Ketchikan, injuring 10 other people, one critically. The planes collided under unknown circumstances, Federal Aviation Administration...

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Commercial Drones Are Way More Popular Than The Faa Expected

The Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) has unveiled its predictions for the future of drones, and the findings came as a surprise, even to the FAA itself. Non-commercial drone growth has greatly exceeded expectations, increasing by 170 percent last...
Related topics: Drones

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The Faa Says The Commercial Drone Market Could Triple In Size By 2023

The Federal Aviation Administration has released its forecast for the next two decades (via NextGov), which anticipates what’s to come for the aviation world between now and 2039. Particularly noteworthy is that the market for commercial drones is...
Related topics: Drones

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Alphabet's Drone Delivery Company Just Received Faa Approval To Start Dropping Packages On...

Wing, the aerial-delivery venture spun out of Google, has become the first US drone operator to receive federal clearance as an airline.  That means Wing can start legally dropping packages on people's front doorsteps in the states.  Wing...
Related topics: Drones, Google

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Alphabet’s Wing Drones Now Have Faa Approval To Deliver Packages In The U.s.

Alphabet Wing has become the first company to receive Air Carrier Certification from the FAA. This means that it can begin commercial deliveries from local businesses to homes in the U.S. The post Alphabet’s Wing drones now have FAA approval...
Related topics: Drones

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