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The Federal Aviation Administration wants to change how planes are routed through the skies over Central Florida. [Read More]
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The Federal Aviation Administration isn't proposing any changes below 10,000 feet. It wants to hear from residents at a series of meetings starting April 29... [Read More]
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In the days after a Boeing 737 Max 8 jet plunged into Indonesia's Java Sea last October, company officials said they were moving quickly to... [Read More]
Read more about Six months on, why is the Boeing 737 Max software update taking so long? on Business Standard. Last week, pilots and its... [Read More]
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The Fort Smith Regional Airport finally unveiled it's new $3.4 million fire station. The three-bay air rescue firefighting facility was made possible thanks in part... [Read More]
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Federal safety officials are investigating an American Airlines flight in which the plane tipped in strong wind and a wingtip hit a runway marker during... [Read More]
Federal safety officials are investigating an American Airlines flight in which the plane tipped in strong wind and a wingtip hit a runway marker during... [Read More]
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The Transport Minister's comments came after a draft report from a board appointed by the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration said additional training was needed, but... [Read More]
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The Boeing 737 Max 8 fleet should re-enter service with new software and without new simulator training for pilots, a Federal Aviation Administration board advised... [Read More]
Boeing's 737 Max planes just took a big step towards being allowed to return to the skies. A Federal Aviation Administration panel said the software... [Read More]
Johnstown airport leaders find themselves in a delicate situation after the Federal Aviation Administration ruled a giant American flag's 130-foot pole is an obstruction for... [Read More]
Boeing 737 Max planes are one step closer to flying again. The Federal Aviation Administration has released a new draft on changes made to training.... [Read More]
This editorial was first published in The Washington Post. Guest editorials don't necessarily reflect the Daily Messenger's opinions. The federal government, so often vilified as bureaucratic... [Read More]
A board of pilot experts appointed by U.S. aviation regulators has reviewed Boeing's proposed software fix for the grounded 737 Max aircraft and concluded that... [Read More]
A board of pilot experts appointed by U.S. aviation regulators has reviewed Boeing's proposed software fix for the grounded 737 Max aircraft and concluded that... [Read More]
The helicopter crashed in a field near Fort McDowell and Yavapai roads, according to the Federal Aviation Administration.        ... [Read More]
Johnstown airport leaders find themselves in a delicate situation after the Federal Aviation Administration ruled a giant American flag's 130-foot pole is an obstruction for... [Read More]
The Federal Aviation Administration has now posted a draft report on the 737 Max. The focus updates is on the pilot training. Also, China is... [Read More]
The Federal Aviation Administration posted a draft report on the 737 Max. The focus of the updates is on pilot training. Also, China is planning... [Read More]
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