FAA chief: No quick return to service of 737 Max

FAA Administrator Stephen Dickson told House lawmakers the return of the Boeing 737 Max to service “is not guided by a calendar or schedule,” suggesting that regulators won’t clear the airplane to fly again for months. (Dec. 11)

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New head of FAA: No timeline for MAX 737’s return

Stephen Dickson, a former Delta Air Lines executive, was sworn in to lead the FAA Monday. He said the Boeing 737 Max jetliner would not return to service until he is convinced it is safe to fly. (August 12)

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Senators clash with FAA on Boeing Max oversight

Lawmakers on a Senate panel clashed with some of the FAA’s top officials Wednesday, contending the agency was too deferential to Boeing in approving the 737 Max airliner. (July 31)

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Expert: Boeing parts review by FAA important step

Boeing is telling some airlines flying its 737 to replace a part on the planes’ wings, a move that could affect more than 100 planes. Boeing says it is working with the Federal Aviation Administration and has contacted 737 operators. (June 3)

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Lawmakers grill FAA acting chief on Boeing 737 Max

With Congress stepping up its investigation into the troubled Boeing 737 Max airliner and how it passed regulatory safety checks, a House aviation panel grilled FAA Acting Administrator Daniel Elwell Wednesday. (May 15)

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Official: 3 dead in helicopter crash in Honolulu

Fire and debris rained from the sky Monday over a suburban Honolulu community in a helicopter crash that killed three people aboard. Witness say they saw red flames and a helicopter plummeting down The FAA is investigating. (April 29)

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Family of Ethiopia Air victim sues Boeing, FAA

The family of a victim of last month’s deadly Ethiopian Airlines crash is suing aircraft manufacturer Boeing, and seeking to sue the Federal Aviation Administration for failing to properly test the safety of the Boeing 737 Max 8. (April 4)

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Family of Ethiopia Air victim sues Boeing, FAA

The family of a victim of last month’s deadly Ethiopian Airlines crash is suing aircraft manufacturer Boeing, and seeking to sue the Federal Aviation Administration for failing to properly test the safety of the Boeing 737 Max 8. (April 4)

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US regulators vow 737 MAX will only return when deemed safe

Dan Elwell, acting head of the US Federal Aviation Administration, insists that the Boeing 737 MAX will only return to service when FAA analysis indicates ‘it is appropriate to do so’, as he faces tough questions from senators over the agency’s relationship with the aircraft manufacturer.

Lawmakers grill FAA on oversight after crashes

The head of the Federal Aviation Administration was grilled by lawmakers Wednesday after the two deadly crashes of Boeing’s new 737 Max planes raised questions of whether the FAA has gone too far in letting companies regulate themselves. (March 27)

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Here’s the latest for Wednesday March 26th: FAA plans to revamp oversight of airplane development; Closs killer pleads guilty; May to resign after Brexit deal; President Trump presents his eight medal of honor.

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Analyst: FAA lacks money for plane inspections

A commercial aircraft consultant says the FAA is most likely under funded and does not have the resources to do necessary aircraft safety inspections. (March 20)

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Analyst: FAA acted too slowly grounding planes

An aviation analyst says the FAA was too slow to ground Boeing 737 Max aircraft in the U.S. following the second of two fatal crashes. But Scott Hamilton says the impact of the grounding will be minimal for airline passengers. (March 14)

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Mixed reactions to grounding Boeing 737 Max 8

One day after the FAA decided to temporarily ground Boeing’s 737 Max 8 aircrafts across the country, travelers have mixed feelings on the move. (March 14)

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The Government Shutdown Is Now Affecting National Security (HBO)

Several airports along the East Coast are experiencing delays after “staffing issues” among air traffic controllers due to to the government shutdown.

LaGuardia Airport in New York City, Philadelphia International Airport, and Newark Liberty Airport in New Jersey, are all operating with delays, according to the FAA’s status website. The Federal Aviation Association (FAA) had briefly halted flights entirely at LaGuardia, one of the busiest airports in the United States, Friday morning, although that notice has now been lifted.

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Expert: NJ airport drone illegal, enforcement tough

(23 Jan 2019) Flight arrivals at Newark Airport were briefly suspended Tuesday after a drone was spotted over another nearby airport. Some drone experts say these incidents will increase until the FAA figures out how to enforce the existing laws against flying near airports and flying above 400 feet. (Jan. 23)

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Five Dead In California Parking Lot Plane Crash

(6 Aug 2018) A small plane crashed into a parking lot in Orange County, California on Sunday, killing all 5 people on board, authorities said. Nobody on the ground was hurt. The FAA says pilot declared an emergency before crashing near John Wayne Airport. (Aug. 6)

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FAA Set To Order Aircraft Engine Inspections

The Federal Aviation Administration says within two weeks it plans to issue an order for airlines to inspect engines like those on a Southwest Airlines plane forced to land Tuesday due to an engine failure that left a passenger dead. (April 20)

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This Air Berlin flight flew incredibly close to a control tower

Two Air Berlin pilots decided to “make a mark” by flying low over an airport and buzzing by the control tower, sparking an FAA investigation. Following is a transcript of the video.

This plane flew incredibly close to a control tower. The stunt was pulled off by two pilots during an Air Berlin flight.

The Airbus A330 was returning to Germany from Miami, and 200 passengers were on board at the time. It was one of the last flights for the bankrupt airline.

The plane was supposed to make a standard landing, but the two pilots decided to “make a mark.” Instead of landing, the plane made a low pass over the airport. It buzzed right by the control tower.

Pilots are only allowed to abort landings for safety reasons. Witnesses at the airport thought the plane was about to crash.

The stunt triggered an FAA investigation and both pilots have been suspended, but a German watchdog wants an explanation from Air Berlin.

Lufthansa bought large parts of Air Berlin for $247M. The airline will fly its final short flights later this month, but this stunt may keep them in headlines for a bit longer.

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