Federal Aviation Administration

Dow Jumps As Boeing Soars On Claims 737 Max Deliveries "could" Resume In December

Dow Jumps As Boeing Soars On Claims 737 MAX Deliveries "Could" Resume In December In an emailed statement, Bloomberg reports that Boeing claims that: “Boeing continues to target FAA certification of the MAX flight control software...
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Dji’s New Mavic Mini Drone Is Adorable, Cheap, And Doesn’t Need Faa Registration

A few days ago, we reported on leaks about the DJI Mavic Mini – the company’s smallest drone yet – so the fact that DJI actually made the drone official today isn’t much of a surprise. What is a bit of a surprise is the price: $399. As...
Related topics: Drones

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Is Southwest Airlines A Buy Before Earnings?

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) grounded all 387 Boeing (NYSE: BA) 737 MAX aircraft in March after two MAX aircraft crashed within a short period, killing 346 people.Southwest Airlines (NYSE: LUV) was the largest customer of the MAX,...
Related topics: Boeing, US Equity Markets

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Drones Drop Packages On Virginia Lawns In First-ever U.s. Delivery

Residents in Christiansburg, Virginia had a birthday present and Tylenol dropped on their lawns via drone this afternoon, the first deliveries of their kind in the United States.Officials from the White House and FAA were watching as a drone,...
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Boeing Shares Battered After Faa Demands Explanation Of "misleading Messages"

Boeing Shares Battered After FAA Demands Explanation Of "Misleading Messages" Boeing shares are under pressure following a Reuters report that internal instant messages from 2016 suggested employees misled the FAA about a key safety...
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Vintage Wwii B-17 Bomber Plane Crashes In Connecticut

The FAA said that a vintage Boeing B-17 bomber crashed while attempting to land at Bradley International Airport in Hartford, Conn. on Oct. 2, 2019.       
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"history In The Making:" Ups Attains Faa's First Full Approval For Drone Airline 

"History In The Making:" UPS Attains FAA's First Full Approval For Drone Airline  UPS announced Tuesday that it had received the Federal Aviation Administration's (FAA) first full Part 135 Standard certification to operate a drone...
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Ups Gets Faa Approval To Operate An Entire Drone Delivery Airline

UPS announced today that it is the first to receive the official nod from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to operate a full “drone airline,” which will allow it to expand its current small drone delivery service pilots into a...
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Us Govt Watchdog Barks At Faa Over 737 Max Inspectors' Lack Of Qualifications

People who signed off the type rating course weren't qualified, claims whistleblower A whistleblower has claimed America's Federal Aviation Administration misled investigators checking whether FAA personnel were fully qualified to sign off Boeing...
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Investigator Says Faa Training Inspectors Weren’t Qualified

Investigators say many Federal Aviation Administration inspectors who worked on pilot-training standards for the grounded Boeing 737 Max and other planes were themselves unqualified and insufficiently trained. The U.S. Office of Special Counsel also...
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Trump Officials Tour Facility To Relocate Homeless

“A team of Trump administration officials toured a California facility once used by the Federal Aviation Administration this week as they searched for a potential site to relocate homeless people,” the Washington Post...

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Chicago Mayor Tells Sen. Ted Cruz To Shut Up About Her City’s Gun Problem, But He’s Not Backing...

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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Faa Warns That Illegal Weaponized Drones Will Incur A $25k Fine

Federal Aviation Administration publishes a notice warning the public not to weaponize their personal drones.Doing so will result in a $25,000 fine per violation. The FAA is keeping pace with the rapid development of this new and popular...
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Faa: Please Don't Weaponize Your Drone

You're probably fully aware that arming your drone is a bad idea, but it appears that some people didn't get the memo. The FAA has issued a warning against weaponizing drones, noting that it's a violation of the agency's rules...
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Boeing 737 Max And The Faa: A Clash Of Culture And Convexity

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Related topics: Boeing, Lockheed Martin

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Apple Roundup: Tariffs, Faa, Russia, Music, App Store, Security

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Related topics: Apple's App Store, Apple (AAPL), Russia, Amazon, Amazon (AMZN)

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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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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,...
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