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Blames pricing pressure from Airbus for latest cost-cutting push
In service since 1926 Meadows Field is set to receive the biggest makeover in its history.
Aircraft pilots, ATC personnel and others reported 583 possible hazardsor encounters with UASs in U.S. airspace between August 22 and January 31.
Previous FAA standards for tower lighting allowed white and red steady-burning lights, the latter of which was found to attracts migratory birds.
The agency has always interpreted the existing smoking ban to prohibit e-cigarettes, but new rule explicity codifies this.
This extension will give the House and Senate time to reach agreement on a long-term FAA reauthorization bill.
A prototype ATR 72 has completed a 15-hour test campaign in the framework of Europe's Clean Sky research project.
A321 destined for JetBlue takes off from Mobile, Alabama
Starburst Accelerator is opening the doors for aerospace entrepreneurs and technology developers.
More than $10 million in scholarships have been awarded at WAI in 20 years.