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​Vietnam Airlines assesses 777X, A350-1000 for USA service

​Vietnam Airlines assesses 777X, A350-1000 for USA service

Vietnam Airlines is determined to launch services to the United States by the end of 2019, with more clarity expected soon about the country’s US Federal Aviation Administration status. The… Read more »

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Lawmakers praise release of pilot records database

Lawmakers praise release of pilot records database

The Federal Aviation Administration recently released its beta test of its online pilot records database, in an effort to meet the requirements of airline safety legislation that was passed in… Read more »

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Eugene Airport breaks 1 million passenger mark

Eugene Airport breaks 1 million passenger mark

In addition, the Federal Aviation Administration gives airports grants for capital construction projects based on numbers of departing passengers, Doll said. Passenger numbers also increased when Delta and American Airlines… Read more »

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More Airlines Will Be Restricting Smart Suitcases in 2018 — See Which Ones Pass

More Airlines Will Be Restricting Smart Suitcases in 2018 — See Which Ones Pass

As smart luggage grows in popularity, more airlines are enforcing restrictions to ensure in-flight safety. Beginning Jan. 15, 2018, suitcases with charging and/or tracking capabilities will need to have removable… Read more »

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Airports Are Losing Money as Ride-Hailing Services Grow

Airports Are Losing Money as Ride-Hailing Services Grow

The Federal Aviation Administration reported in November that the $4 billion in fees collected last year for parking and ground transportation represented nearly 42 percent of the $9.6 billion in… Read more »

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Major airlines set to ban ‘smart luggage’

Major airlines set to ban ‘smart luggage’

In addition, a U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) spokesperson told The Washington Post that the airlines’ policies are “consistent with our guidance that lithium-ion batteries should not be carried in… Read more »

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FAA: Holiday Laser Lights a Danger to Pilots

FAA: Holiday Laser Lights a Danger to Pilots

“People may not realize that systems they set up to spread holiday cheer can also pose a potential hazard to pilots flying overhead,” the Federal Aviation Administration said in an… Read more »

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We need to talk about genetically modifying animals

We need to talk about genetically modifying animals

The problem of regulating CRISPR is similar to what the Federal Aviation Administration faces with drones. It is used to dealing with airlines and even private pilots, but hundreds of… Read more »

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Eugene Airport breaks 1 million passenger mark to set annual record

Eugene Airport breaks 1 million passenger mark to set annual record

In addition, the Federal Aviation Administration gives airports grants for capital construction projects based on numbers of departing passengers, Doll said. Five airlines operate from the airport, northwest of Eugene…. Read more »

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Why Some Airlines Are Banning Smart Luggage

Why Some Airlines Are Banning Smart Luggage

You may recall the exploding Samsung Galaxy Note 7 crisis of 2016, when the US Federal Aviation Administration deemed the devices hazardous and banned passengers from carrying them “on their… Read more »

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