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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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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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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Flights canceled as some Boeing 737’s grounded

As the Federal Aviation Administration grounded certain models of Boeing 737’s Wednesday, some passengers were expressing their concerns about flying. Others said they trusted aviation officials to make the right decision. (March 13

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Flights canceled as some Boeing 737’s grounded

As the Federal Aviation Administration grounded certain models of Boeing 737’s Wednesday, some passengers were expressing their concerns about flying. Others said they trusted aviation officials to make the right decision. (March 13)

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Pilot dies after small plane hits Arizona home

(15 Oct 2018) Authorities say a pilot is dead after a small plane crashed into a home in Payson, Arizona. Federal Aviation Administration officials it is not known why the single-engine Cessna 240 crashed on Saturday. No injuries were reported on the ground. (Oct. 15)

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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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4 killed, 2 injured as plane crashes into California residental area

The aircraft crashed shortly after taking off from Riverside Municipal Airport, the Federal Aviation Administration said. The six-seat, low-wing, twin-engined monoplane was en route to San Jose, California when it crashed in a residential neighborhood

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Hundreds of Jewish Graves Desecrated in France: VICE News Capsule, February 17

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: French teenagers in police custody for desecrating Jewish graveyard, former Iranian vice-president begins five-year prison sentence for corruption conviction, U.S. Federal Aviation Administration proposes rules for commercial drones, and psychologists in the UK use virtual reality to shift racist attitudes.

FRANCE
Five in Custody For Vandalizing Hundreds of Jewish Graves
The teenagers, aged 15 to 17, have no prior criminal records and claim they thought the cemetery was abandoned. They each face up to seven years in prison.

IRAN
Former Vice President Jailed on Corruption Charges
Mohammad Reza Rahimi was sentenced to five years and three months. He is the highest-ranking former government official to serve prison time.

U.S.A.
FAA Proposes Rules to Allow Commercial Drone Flights
Operators must pass a knowledge test every two years and obey safety restrictions.

UNITED KINGDOM
Virtual ‘Body-Swapping’ Could Tackle Racism
Psychologists believe racist attitudes are diminished following an experiment that induces the illusion that a person’s body or body parts are a different color.

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