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1 hr ago | YourObserver
Sarasota-Bradenton International Airport moves closer to construction of a new air traffic control tower, as the Federal Aviation Authority will provide grant funding to help with the project.
5 hrs ago | Business Journal
A Federal Aviation Administration ruling has smacked two startups that tout themselves as "Uber for private jets" - but a South Florida plane-booking app remains unaffected.
9 hrs ago | Point Reyes Light
A pilot was found dead after his single-engine passenger plane crashed on a ranch north of Hicks Valley on Monday night, sparking a brush fire that consumed 40 acres of hilly terrain before sheriff's deputies and firemen discovered it in the wee hours Tuesday.
13 hrs ago | KETK
Lou Thomas has spent the last 53 years with his head in the clouds, flying airplanes.
Thanks to a $1.6 billion green energy loan from the feds, pilots are being blinded by glare as they fly over the Mojave Desert.
Dave Graybeal, a General Manager for Amazon fulfillment at the construction site of a new Amazon fulfillment center in Kent.
Reports are circulating that Amazon plans to pilot drones as a delivery option in India .
Alaska Airlines will offer wireless IFE via Gogo Vision from later this year, following in the footsteps of Delta and American Airlines.
Lake Charles Regional and DeQuincy Industrial Airpark are getting a makeover, thanks to grants from the Federal Aviation Administration.
A single-engine Beechcraft Bonanza plane that crashed Monday night in Marin County west of Novato is registered to Robert John Madge, a Redwood City resident, according to Federal Aviation Administration records.
According to the Chief Deputy Ron Abernathy with the Tuscaloosa County Sheriff's Office, the helicopter crashed near Watermelon Road and Blue Creek Road on Tuesday morning.
The Federal Aviation Administration is planning to team with universities to establish a Center of Excellence for Unmanned Aircraft Systems, according to FedScoop .
Federal Aviation Administration spokesman Ian Gregor says the pilot of the single-engine Beechcraft Bonanza reported engine trouble about 9:30 p.m. Monday after taking off from San Carlos.
New Delhi, Aug. 18: The Directorate General of Civil Aviation today said it would conduct surprise checks on scheduled as well as chartered carriers throughout the year.
The latest notice replaces one that strongly advised U.S. flight operators against flying over Syria and urged them to contact the agency before flying there.
AirPooler allows private pilots to post listings about upcoming trips, requiring them to input important information about their own credentials and experience and their plane's weight limits.
Updated: Thu Aug 21, 2014 06:12 pm
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