Federal Aviation Administration

Video: Drone Comes Dangerously Close To Us Blue Angels During Detroit Flyover

A remotely piloted camera drone flew extremely close to a US Navy Blue Angels “America Strong” flyover in Detroit, Michigan, on Tuesday, potentially violating Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) drone operation guidelines.
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Jacobs Wins $166m Federal Aviation Administration Contract

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A Thief Stole Two Airplanes With A Signature And A Couple Of Stamps

When Michelle Renee Hughes registered his new airplane with the Federal Aviation Administration last February, he submitted all the necessary paperwork, including a signed bill of sale showing he bought the 1981 Piper Seminole from a private seller...

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Does The Faa Have The Authority To Require Passengers To Wear Masks?

In recent weeks, an idea has been floated that the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) should impose a mask-wearing requirement on all U.S. airline passengers. This call has come primarily from airline employee unions, along with their allies in...

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Harrison Ford Under Investigation For Aviation Incident, Again

Harrison Ford continues to dice with danger when it comes to his aviation hobby. According to multiple reports, the star is again under investigation by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), this time over an incident that happened last week at...
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Here Is The Horrible Reason Why Nursing Homes Are Being Unnecessarily Overrun By The Trump Pandemic

Former Kansas Gov. Mark Parkinson, a Democrat but the CEO of a nursing home industry group, wrote Trump after the 2016 election seeking a “collaborative approach” to regulation, much like the one the Federal Aviation Administration has had with...

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If The Fight Against The Coronavirus Is War, Let’s Talk About Reparations

The fight against the coronavirus pandemic has disrupted society and the economy more than anything in generations. After the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, the Federal Aviation Administration completely lifted its shutdown of U.S. airspace after a...
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Faa Chief To Self-quarantine, After Contact With Member Of Congress

The head of the Federal Aviation Administration will self-quarantine for a week after shaking hands with Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart days before the Florida Republican developed coronaviruslike symptoms, the agency confirmed this morning. Steve Dickson...

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5.7 Magnitude Earthquake Hits Salt Lake City, Airport Shut Down

5.7 Magnitude Earthquake Hits Salt Lake City, Airport Shut Down A magnitude 5.7 earthquake shook Utah's Salt Lake City area Wednesday morning, knocking out power to many in the region and prompting the FAA to ground all flights at Salt...
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Making (non)sense Of The Lebanese Fiscal Agency Agreement

Mark Weidemaier & Mitu Gulati After trying but failing to locate the fiscal agency agreements underlying Lebanese bond issues, we finally managed to get our hands on this one. We had hoped that the FAA would clarify the respective legal...

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Faa Waives Rules That Led Airlines To Fly Empty Planes During Virus Outbreak

Federal regulators waived a rule Wednesday that was causing airlines to fly nearly empty planes just to avoid losing takeoff and landing rights at major airports. The Federal Aviation Administration said it would suspend the rule through May 31 to...
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Congress Rips Boeing's "culture Of Concealment" & Faa's 'jeopardizing' Public In...

Congress Rips Boeing's "Culture Of Concealment" & FAA's 'Jeopardizing' Public In Scathing 737 MAX Report In a sense finally making the long developing scandal official in terms of where blame lies and who covered it up, Congress has...
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So Many Drones And Aircraft Swarmed The Site Of Kobe Bryant's Helicopter Crash, The Faa Was Forced...

The Federal Aviation Administration closed the airspace surrounding the crash of the Sikorsky S-76 helicopter carrying Kobe Bryant. The crash killed Bryant and eight other passengers, including his daughter Gianna "Gigi" Bryant. News, rescue, and...
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At Least 60 Treated After Plane Dumps Fuel Onto Several Schools

Authorities said at least 60 children and adults were complaining of minor injuries. The FAA said it was investigating.

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Is 737 Max Safe After Crashes? Boeing Faces Reckoning In 2020, As New Ceo Seeks To End Crisis

Boeing has stopped building the 737 Max. Internal memos show a culture of evading FAA. New CEO must make changes to get the jet in the air, safely       
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What Was Boeing Through Their Heads? Emails Show Staff Wouldn't Put Their Families On A 737 Max...

Described FAA regulators being briefed as 'like dogs watching TV' Boeing this week turned over damning new documents around the design and response to its ill-fated 737-Max airliner.…
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Mysterious Drone Swarms In Three States Prompt Faa, Fbi Investigations - Cnet

Sheriff's departments across Colorado, Kansas and Nebraska have been flooded with reports of sightings.
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United Technologies' Advanced Training Device Chosen By Faa

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Ted Cruz: Killing Of Soleimani ‘welcome And Long- Overdue’ Justice

Subcommittee Chairman Ted Cruz, R-Texas, speaks as Federal Aviation Administration Acting Administrator Daniel Elwell, National Transportation Safety Board Chairman Robert Sumwalt, and Department of Transportation Inspector General Calvin Scovel...
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Faa Proposes New Rule To Easily Id Rogue Drones – And Track The Rest

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has published its Remote ID rule proposal, detailing the system it envisions for identifying and locating the vast majority of drones operated in the United States. Under the proposed rule, drones that weigh...
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