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Boeing 737 Max Crash Victim's Family Responds To Internal Emails

Newly released internal emails from Boeing show workers mocked the Federal Aviation Administration and ridiculed the 737 Max's safety.
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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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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.
Related topics: Drones, FBI, Sheriffs

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United Technologies' Advanced Training Device Chosen By Faa

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Mysterious Drones Are Flying Over Colorado And Nebraska, And Nobody Knows Why

Officials have advised residents to report sightings to law enforcement for further investigation. The FAA is investigating. For the past few weeks, residents and law enforcement agencies have spotted mysterious drones flying, often in grid-like...
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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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Boeing Releases 737 Max Safety Warnings Withheld From Faa

Boeing Releases 737 MAX Safety Warnings Withheld From FAA With the fate of the American manufacturing economy hanging in the balance, Boeing has been struggling to make it to 2020 in one piece. America's largest exporter is dealing with...
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Google And Ups Both Claim To Be The First To Receive Faa Approval For Drone Delivery: Who's Right?

In April of this year, Alphabet (NASDAQ: GOOGL) announced its Google Wing subsidiary was the first to receive Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) approval to operate a commercial drone delivery program. However, in October of this year, a little...
Related topics: Google, Google (GOOG), Drones, Nasdaq, US Equity Markets

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Faa Chief To Appear Before Congress Concerning 737 Max Crashes

The aviation world looked to the FAA as the regulatory gold standard, but that changed after the two crashes. The FAA's leader will answer questions Wednesday about the agency's role in those crashes.

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Stock Market News: Hp Stays Strong; Boeing Waits For The Faa

The stock market was open for business on Wednesday morning, but many investors got an early start to the Thanksgiving holiday. As of 11 a.m. EST, the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJINDICES: ^DJI) was unchanged at 28,122. The S&P 500 (SNPINDEX:...
Related topics: Hewlett-Packard Company, Boeing, Thanksgiving

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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...
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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,...
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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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Why Shares Of Boeing Are Declining Today

Shares of Boeing (NYSE: BA) fell more than 5% on Friday after reports surfaced suggesting company employees misled the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) about the safety system that eventually led to the grounding of the company's 737 MAX...
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‘i Basically Lied’: Boeing Officials Discussed 737 Max Issues Years Prior To Crashes

Boeing has once again found itself in hot water with the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and Congress after the publication of a 2016 conversation between company officials revealed concerns about the software system responsible for the...
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Alphabet’s Wing Starts Delivering Packages With Drones In Virginia

Following news about its plans, Alphabet’s Wing has started delivering small packages to people in Virginia using drones. The deliveries are made possible thanks to the company’s Air Carrier Certificate received from the FAA, which...
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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 Just Won Faa Approval To Fly As Many Delivery Drones As It Wants

Image: UPS UPS announced that it has received government approval to operate a “drone airline.” Don’t expect your next package to arrive directly on your doorstep by a drone, though: UPS says it will first use this certification to build 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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