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  1. Lafayette airport sales tax collection starts April 1Read the original story

    3 min ago | KSLA-TV Shreveport

    ... Regional Airport. The airport commission hopes to get the remainder of the funding from the Federal Aviation Administration, state government and the sale of bonds.

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  2. James Bond Film Crew Went On "Drunken Rampage on Flight to MexicoRead the original story w/Photo

    16 min ago | ContactMusic.com

    ... City to shoot an opening scene at the annual Day of the Dead festival. However, the US Federal Aviation Administration is investgating claims that some passengers vomited and urinated down aisles, smoked cigarettes and abused crew members. A source ...

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  3. Sword Active Risk appoints new VP of Engineering Matt SharpeRead the original story

    16 min ago | M2.com

    ... Defense projects, working with organizations like the US Air Force, Bechtel, Crossrail, US Federal Aviation Administration, Lockheed Martin, Rio Tinto and Skanska to manage project risk worldwide. Sword Active Risk has offices in the UK, USA and ...

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  4. Airport losing out on $750K in funds due to project delaysRead the original story

    31 min ago | WCAX-TV Burlington

    The Lebanon Municipal Airport has missed out on getting $750,000 for improvements, after the city failed to have a plan in place. The Valley News reports the airport receives $1 million each year from the federal Essential Air Service Program when at least 10,000 people depart from it.

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  5. New Drone App grants pilots permission to fly over private propertyRead the original story w/Photo

    44 min ago | MacMegasite

    Nerds Limited LLC is proud to announce the release of Legal Flyer 1.5, their new app for iOS devices. Available on the iTunes Store, Legal Flyer aims to protect homeowners from rogue drones.

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  6. Hamas to face war crimes claims in USRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Ynetnews

    ... the airport and hit a home in nearby Yehud. In response to this missile strike, the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) issued a ban prohibiting American airlines from flying to and from Tel Aviv, and the airport was closed for a day during the ...

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  7. Winsford, Cheshire woman loses four stone after finding cruel text on boyfriend's phoneRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Mail on Sunday

    American 'body in a suitcase' teen weeps as she holds her baby in court and learns she'll be SPARED the death penalty in murder trial Celebrity former Scientologists Leah Remini and Lisa Marie Presley lead praise for explosive HBO documentary that claimed the religion is blackmailing John Travolta Lead violinist of world-renowned Leipzig String quartet arrested for strangling 64-year-old woman during naked hotel rampage in Manhattan How the Nazis led to killer co-pilot being allowed to fly: Suicidal thoughts were kept from bosses by German privacy laws brought in after WWII to end government spying on its citizens Killer pilot had been treated for suicidal tendencies for YEARS before Alps crash, and had been trawling gay porn websites before doomed flight, prosecutors reveal Families of victims of Germanwings plane crash could face up to four months waiting for loved ones' remains to be ... (more)

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  8. The partying grannies who zip between bars on their mobility scootersRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Mail on Sunday

    American 'body in a suitcase' teen weeps as she holds her baby in court and learns she'll be SPARED the death penalty in murder trial Celebrity former Scientologists Leah Remini and Lisa Marie Presley lead praise for explosive HBO documentary that claimed the religion is blackmailing John Travolta Lead violinist of world-renowned Leipzig String quartet arrested for strangling 64-year-old woman during naked hotel rampage in Manhattan How the Nazis led to killer co-pilot being allowed to fly: Suicidal thoughts were kept from bosses by German privacy laws brought in after WWII to end government spying on its citizens Killer pilot had been treated for suicidal tendencies for YEARS before Alps crash, and had been trawling gay porn websites before doomed flight, prosecutors reveal Families of victims of Germanwings plane crash could face up to four months waiting for loved ones' remains to be ... (more)

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  9. Amazon is testing its Prime Air drone in Canada, just 2,000 feet from U.S. borderRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Digital Trends

    Ever since Amazon announced its ambitious Prime Air drone delivery project at the end of 2013, the company has been complaining to the Federal Aviation Administration about its apparent lack of flexibility when it comes to green-lighting tests of the flying machine. So upset was Amazon by the aviation body's overly cautious approach, as well as its slow response to repeated requests for permission to conduct tests at outdoor sites, that the Web giant had vowed to move its drone-related R&D program to locations outside of the U.S., taking skilled workers and related economic benefits with it.

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  10. Why budget airlines are high stress for pilotsRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Sydney Morning Herald

    ... Rather, they roll them into a pilot's regularly scheduled medical examinations. The US Federal Aviation Administration's guidelines for performing such check-ups are underwhelming. Physicians are asked to draw a general impression of the emotional ...

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  11. Co-pilot suicidal, prosecutor saysRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | NWAonline

    ... but it did not specify whether it was for a physical or mental condition. The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration had issued Lubitz a third-class medical certificate. To obtain such a certificate, a pilot must be cleared of psychological problems ...

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  12. Do SomethingRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | The House of Rapp

    There's not much one can say about the Germanwings 9525 crime that hasn't already been covered in the commentary, speculation, and indictments which have poured forth since news of the tragedy first broke. But looking at the long-term effect on those of us who fly for a living might be worthwhile, because a storm is coming.

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  13. Aviation Safety - Minnesota Company Offers a Bounty on Aircraft Flying...Read the original story

    6 hrs ago | PRWeb

    There are many aviation safety and maintenance issues that can result from cold weather flying without proper equipment. Tanis Aircraft Services has initiated a new program to ensure that everyone who flies a helicopter, turbine or piston aircraft in the northern United States and Canada is aware of cold weather flying hazards and simple ways to prevent them.

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  14. Plane crash claims two lives in Pine RiverRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | Northland Press

    ... Piper J4A aircraft was reported at 6:35 p.m. Friday, March 27th, according to the NTSB. The Federal Aviation Administration registry shows the plane involved is registered to Witt. It is a fixed wing single engine airplane built in 1940. Several ...

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  15. Wheels beat wings in parking squeezeRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | Albany Times Union

    ... board to produce several hundred additional parking spaces in the short term. If the Federal Aviation Administration gives its approval, two acres of apron space now used by aircraft will become parking space, providing room for 200 vehicles. An ...

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  16. Amazon testing delivery drones at secret Canadian site 2,000 feet...Read the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    Human remains found crammed in black duffel bag found along shoreline in Queens when people spotted human leg sticking out Amazon testing delivery drones at secret Canadian site 2,000 feet from the US border after FAA frustrates online retailer with sluggish pace Internet retail giant Amazon is testing its drone delivery system at a secret site in British Columbia after becoming frustrated with US regulations. The world's largest online store had wanted to test its Prime Air drones, which fly between 200 and 500 feet in the air, in Washington state but has now moved its research across the border, the Guardian reported.

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  17. Hyatt Place Atlanta Airport North Gets Travel-Savvy with FlyteBoard...Read the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | PRWeb

    We just positioned a FlyteBoard airline flight information display in our lobby and the guests love it. All our guests take time to check their flight schedules before they leave.

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  18. Pentagon To Award Multi Billion Dollar Contract To Purchase New Fleet ...Read the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | International Business Times

    ... access to civil and military airfields. The contract, awarded in February 2015 mandates Federal Aviation Administration to build, install and test one prototype. The upgrades will involve enhanced pilot awareness with the incorporation of new ...

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  19. FAA grants SDG&E request to use dronesRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | KFMB-am

    The Federal Aviation Administration granted San Diego Gas & Electric's request to use unmanned aircraft to conduct aerial inspections of its electric and gas facilities, the utility announced Monday. SDG&E, which became the second utility in the U.S. to receive such approval, also plans to use drones for emergency response damage assessments throughout its service territory -- such as during wildfires or after earthquakes.

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  20. Officials gear up to address airplane noiseRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Santa Cruz Sentinel

    A Happy Valley resident of 40 years, Patrick Lovejoy is annoyed with the new flight path of planes from Los Angeles to San Francisco flying directly overhead every few minutes. (Dan Coyro -- Santa Cruz Sentinel SANTA CRUZ >> When the Federal Aviation Administration implemented a new flight path for planes heading to San Francisco International Airport earlier this month, some Santa Cruz County residents on the ground became agitated.

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