Boeing 787 Back In The Air Boeing's 787 has returned to the sky after a four-month grounding by the FAA when an United Airlines Dreamliner took off this morning from Houston en route to Chicago's O'Hare airport.
Construction of a new taxiway at The Eastern Iowa Airport may be pushed back to the next fiscal year due to a transfer of Federal Aviation Administration funds.
The control tower at Ronald Reagan National Airport as seen from a Metro train stop March 24, 2011 in Washington, DC.
The FAA approved Boeing's plan to fix the 787 Dreamliner's batteries on March 12 with more testing required.
One reader asks if it's possible for an onboard computer to be hacked by a phone.
"An aircraft's first flight is an important and emotional milestone," said Honda Aircraft Company President and CEO Michimasa Fujino.
No longer grounded for safety concerns, Boeing's embattled 787 Dreamliner now has a few things to prove.
DART Aerospace announces that the Rear Locker Extendera that increases the baggage compartment capacity by 21" is now FAA and TCCA approved for Bell 206A/B/L/L1/L3/L4 and 407 aircraft.
A seaplane flies over downtown Beacon Falls during the Naugatuck River Festival May 4. The town is exploring the idea of establishing a seaplane base at Toby's Pond.
Largely paid for with federal funds, an engineering study will help officials determine whether the markings at the ends of the two runways need to be moved for safety reasons.
FAA Administrator Michael Huerta said at a hearing that while he is grateful for the law Congress passed to end air traffic controller furloughs and stave off contract tower defunding, it "does not end the sequester.
Federal investigators are trying to determine the cause of a small plane crash that killed a pilot near the Sierra town of Truckee.
A US Airways flight made an emergency landing on its belly at Newark Liberty International Airport early on Saturday, after the plane's landing gear failed to deploy.
Multiple unions representing employees at the Federal Aviation Administration are filing grievances with the agency, attempting to receive paid time off to make up for unnecessary furloughs some employees were forced to take.
No longer exclusively used by the military, drones are increasingly being used by groups and private individuals.