Federal Aviation Administration
The North American Aerospace Defense Command and Federal Aviation Administration will be conducting flights in the Washington area over the next two weeks.
Senate to vote on House bill extending FAA’s operating authority through mid-September, and provision to eliminate air service subsidies.
It may be used as a plaything, but laser pointers are deadly serious when focused on aircrafts. Incidents of pilots being temporary blinded has nearly doubled.
The Federal Aviation Administration on Friday replaced three top managers in the nation’s air traffic control system following embarrassing incidents of controllers sleeping on the job and making potentially dangerous mistakes.
A week after a plane carrying first lady Michelle Obama aborted a landing at Andrews Air Force Base, the Federal Aviation Administration has changed top managers at the radar center that handled the aircraft.
Safety investigators say a plane carrying first lady Michelle Obama this week came closer to a big military cargo jet than previously reported.
The National Transportation Safety Board has opened an investigation into the aborted landing of a plane carrying first lady Michelle Obama earlier this week.
There’s a big shake-up at the Federal Aviation Administration in the wake of air traffic controllers falling asleep while on duty. Now the chief who oversees the nation’s air traffic system has resigned.
There’s a focus on Southwest Airlines. Federal investigators are now scrutinizing the safety of an entire fleet of planes.
The federal government is mandating new safety inspections after a hole ripped open in a Southwest jet.
Maryland State Police say two people from Maryland and one from Virginia were on board a small plane that flipped as it was landing at an air park in Ridgely on the Eastern Shore.
There’s new fallout from this week’s incident at Reagan National Airport, where an air traffic controller now admits he was asleep on the job while two pilots were trying to land.