FAA Awards $970 Million to Improve 114 Airports

The funding will build and expand terminal facilities in 44 states and three territories. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has awarded $970 million to 44 states and three…

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FAA Investigating United Airlines Flight with Damaged Wing

The Boston-bound plane made an emergency landing in Denver. The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating the damage to a United Flight that made an emergency landing due to…

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FAA Advises Further Search Before Raising Pilot Retirement Age

Senate panel approves increased FAA staffing, rejected the retirement age update. The Federal Aviation Administration sent a letter to Congress this week advising further review with regard to…

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Group of Legislators to Meet with Boeing CEO 

At issue is the grounding of the 737 Max 9 aircraft.  Senators Ted Cruz of Texas and Mark Warner of Virginia, as well as other members of Congress,…

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FAA Launches Formal Investigation of Boeing 737 Max 9

They grounded 71 aircraft with the same cabin panel.  The Federal Aviation Administration announced a formal investigation into the Boeing 737 MAX9 aircraft following an incident aboard an…

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FAA Orders Boeing Max 9 Grounding After Panel Blows Off Mid-Flight

Alaska Airlines flight experienced rapid depressurization after take-off from Portland, Oregon. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) ordered the temporary grounding of the 737 Boeing Max 9 after a…

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FAA Developing Tool to Facilitate Space Launches and Commercial Flights

Congress has extended FAA funding through early March. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is seeking to ensure that increased commercial space launches do not impact commercial flight schedules…

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FAA Forms Panel to Review Air Traffic Control Fatigue

A series of near-miss incidents in 2023 occurred due to staffing shortages. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is forming a panel to address concerns surrounding air traffic controller…

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New FAA Committee Focuses on Pilot Mental Health 

They want to reduce stigmas and barriers.  The Department of Transportation’s Office of the Inspector General issued a report in July that discussed the state of the mental…

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FAA Announces Steps to Address Issues Raised in Safety Review

The agency seeks to improve air traffic controller training and retention. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) recently released action steps to address America’s shortage of air traffic controllers.  A…

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