The FAA said Friday it is seeking the largest fines yet for passengers who disrupt flights after two incidents that occurred on airliners last summer.
Major League Baseball will now open its season on April 7, a week later than scheduled because of the owners’ lockout.
A helicopter crashed Saturday into the ocean waters off Miami Beach, a few feet away from swimmers. Two passengers were taken to a nearby hospital.
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The FAA proposal calls for closing the control tower at Richmond International from midnight to 5 a.m.
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A man who traveled to space with William Shatner last month was killed along with another person when a small plane crashed in New Jersey, police said.
The federal regulator charged with keeping the nation’s airways safe met Tuesday with representatives of U.S. passenger airlines and urged them to take more aggressive steps to reduce the incidents of unruly passenger behavior that have been on the rise during the Covid-19 pandemic.
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Things are so bad that airlines and unions for flight attendants and pilots urged the Justice Department to do more "to deter egregious behavior."
A travel site reports that as Americans are getting heavier, airlines may have to revisit how much cargo each plane is carrying for safety's sake.
Americans are traveling in the greatest numbers in more than a year, and soon they will have two new leisure-oriented airlines to consider for those trips.
The Federal Aviation Administration will extend its stricter enforcement against unruly passengers -- specifically targeting those who disobey…
At 624 feet tall, the turbines will not pose a threat to air navigation, the latest study conducted by the FAA found.
Apex Clean Energy says it expects to receive renewed approval after an administrative error led the FAA to reopen a public comment period.
Getting an Amazon package delivered from the sky is closer to becoming a reality after the FAA's approval of delivering packages by drones.
FAA proposes requirements as air-dropped delivery options become more popular.
The mother of two with an "amazing spirit" died after being sucked halfway out a plane window.
The drills mark the first time the FAA is examining whether the trend toward smaller seats and less personal space on today's planes poses safety risks to those aboard in the event of an emergency.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — Atlantic County freeholders on Tuesday approved an agreement to purchase at least 65 acres for the South Jersey Transportation Authority to replace habitat for grassland birds at Atlantic City International Airport.
Text messages between Boeing employees in 2016 indicate that the company was aware of major problems with an automated feature on the 737 Max jet that made the aircraft difficult to control, the messages show.
The testing will take place in November at the Federal Aviation Administration's Civil Aerospace Medical Institute, in Oklahoma City, and authorities will use the results to collect 3,000 data points.
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Boeing could take three months to fix the latest software glitch on its 737 Max, discovered when a U.S. government pilot doing simulator tests experienced a lag in an emergency response because a computer chip was overwhelmed with data, people familiar with the matter said.