FAA Awards BWI Nearly $10M To Reconstruct TaxiwayThe Federal Aviation Administration is giving three Maryland airports more than $10 million in grants for improvements.
FAA To Reconsider Maryland Airport Noise CaseThe Federal Aviation Administration is going to reconsider its position challenging Maryland over new flight patterns and the noise they bring residents near Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport.
Boeing Reported Zero New Orders For Jets In AprilBoeing had no new orders for planes in April.
Cancellations, Rescheduled Flights Continue To Impact BWI, Other AirportsSeveral Southwest Airlines’ 737 Max aircraft sat grounded on the tarmac at BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport Thursday, one day after the FAA became one of the last agencies in the world to order the planes to stop flying amid safety concerns.
US And Canada Are The Only Two Nations Still Flying Many Boeing 737 Max Planes
FAA Declines To Ground Boeing 737 MAX 8, Says Unknown If Two Crashes Are LinkedThe Federal Aviation Administration on Monday evening declined to order airlines to ground the Boeing 737 MAX 8 after two recent crashes.
Sheriff: No Likely Survivors In Jetliner Crash Near HoustonA Boeing 767 cargo jetliner heading to Houston with three people aboard disintegrated after crashing Saturday into a bay east of the city, according to a Texas sheriff.
Howard County Sues FAA To Stop BWI Airport ExpansionSouthwest wants to expand terminal A, but after a new flight pattern is disturbing area residents, Howard County is suing.
'We Have To Do Triple The Work To Get The Job Done' | TSA, FAA Workers Reel From Government ShutdownThe most visible federal workers at BWI-Marshall are working without pay due to the government shutdown, as bills begin piling up and savings start taking a hit.
Frustrated Homeowners Attend FAA Round Table On BWI Flight PatternsTired and frustrated homeowners continue to urge the Federal Aviation Administration to revert new flight paths out of BWI Thurgood Marshall back to their original state after years of noise complaints.
Outside Counsel Representing Maryland In Case Surrounding Airplane NoiseMaryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh has hired a law firm to represent the state as it prepares to sue the Federal Aviation Administration.