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46 min ago | The Miami Herald
An Honor Flight scheduled to take off from Lakeland and bring World War II veterans to view the World War II monument in Washington, D.C., has been cancelled.
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4 hrs ago | Christian Science Monitor
An Indian jetliner caught fire while landing in Nepal 's capital on Saturday, but there were no casualties reported among the 170 people on board, officials said.
7 hrs ago | ABC 27
The Federal Aviation Administration is teaming up with the Susquehanna Area Regional Airport Authority to pay for the $2 million demolition.
Boeing Co said on Friday that "hairline cracks" had been discovered in the wings of about 40 787 Dreamliners that are in production, marking another setback for the company's newest jet.
Following its International Aviation Safety Assessment, the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration ranked Azerbaijan in category 1 for aviation safety, according to a message from the U.S. Embassy in Azerbaijan.
Yesterday, a National Transportation Safety Board judge ruled that the Federal Aviation Administration could not fine anybody for using small, hobby-plane-sized commercial drones use because it hadn't made any legally binding rules against them.
The Federal Aviation Administration lost its attempt to fine a drone pilot Thursday for flying his remotely controlled plane around the University of Virginia campus - and the news has set the commercial drone community abuzz.
Remember Amazon.com's idea to use drones to deliver goods to customers? It was thought that the FAA would have to approve of such a program, but for now, at least, it appears that's not the case.
An administrative judge invalidated a fine yesterday against an individual who used a small drone for the commercial purpose of taking and selling photographs.
Industry efforts to open up U.S. skies to drones are gaining momentum on both the legal and regulatory fronts, but the controversial issue isn't likely to be resolved soon.
A federal judge has dismissed the Federal Aviation Administration's only fine against a commercial drone user on the grounds that the small drone was no different than a model aircraft, a decision that appears to undermine the agency's power to keep a burgeoning civilian drone industry out of the skies.
The FAA says a failed electrical component in the cockpit is to blame for a pilot smelling smoke in the cockpit during American Eagle flight 3400's tip to DFW Airport Wednesday night.
William Dabney said he was "a little shaken up" after he crash-landed his private plane onto Airways Boulevard just outside the McKellar-Sipes Regional Airport on Wednesday afternoon.
How much have winter storms hurt airline travel? The Federal Aviation Administration is waiving its requirement that airlines fly at least 80% of their flights at slot-controlled airports in the Northeast A United Airlines airplane leaves tracks in the snow as it is pushed back from a gate Monday, Feb. 3, 2014, at Newark Liberty International ... (more)
Delta Air Lines and Grupo Aeromexico inaugurated their aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul center, TechOps Mexico, in a ceremony led by the President of Mexico, Enrique Pena Nieto.
Airport benefits from costly ice-busting chemical, fewer miles to keep free of snow and less traffic to deal with.