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FAA approves 787-10 for airworthiness

FAA approves 787-10 for airworthiness

Singapore Airlines can take delivery of the first Boeing 787-10 on schedule after the US Federal Aviation Administration approved an amended type certificate, the manufacturer announced on 22 January. Boeing… Read more »

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American Airlines requests federal approval to continue service between Lansing and Washington …

American Airlines requests federal approval to continue service between Lansing and Washington …

American has filed an application with the Federal Aviation Administration and U.S. Department of Transportation to extend the slot exemption at DCA that allows it to operate the route from… Read more »

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British Airways Pilot Taken Off Plane in Cuffs – ‘FUI’ Avoided?

British Airways Pilot Taken Off Plane in Cuffs – ‘FUI’ Avoided?

A FoxNews.com investigation of Federal Aviation Administration documents through the Freedom of Information Act in 2016 revealed that while the overwhelming majority of pilots are law abiding and responsible, too… Read more »

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Air Lease Corporation Announces the Placement of Two New Airbus A321-200s with Frontier Airlines

Air Lease Corporation Announces the Placement of Two New Airbus A321-200s with Frontier Airlines

Headquartered in Denver, Frontier’s hard-working aviation professionals pride themselves in delivering the company’s signature Rocky Mountain hospitality to customers. Frontier Airlines is the proud recipient of the Federal Aviation Administration’s… Read more »

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Asian airlines respond to North Korea missile test threat

Asian airlines respond to North Korea missile test threat

“According to the Federal Aviation Administration,” Tillerson said, “the flight [on its way to Hong Kong] was 280 nautical miles from point of impact” when it spotted the test. North… Read more »

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Asian airlines brace for another North Korean missile launch

Asian airlines brace for another North Korean missile launch

“According to the Federal Aviation Administration,” Tillerson said, “the flight [on its way to Hong Kong] was 280 nautical miles from point of impact” when it spotted the test. North… Read more »

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Dozens of flights canceled at Denver airport due to storm

Dozens of flights canceled at Denver airport due to storm

DENVER (AP) — Officials say about 190 flights have been canceled at Denver International Airport as a winter storm moves through Colorado. Airport officials say passengers should check directly with… Read more »

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DIA reporting more than 180 flight cancellations as a result of Sunday snow

DIA reporting more than 180 flight cancellations as a result of Sunday snow

Airport spokesman Heath Montgomery said airlines were reporting an average arrival delay of 2.5 hours at DIA Sunday morning. The delays are largely due to a Federal Aviation Administration ground… Read more »

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Why airlines keep flying during government shutdown

Why airlines keep flying during government shutdown

WASHINGTON — Airlines will fly the friendly skies without obvious changes during the federal government shutdown because air-traffic controllers at the Federal Aviation Administration and Transportation Security Administration checkpoint officers… Read more »

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Here’s what happens in a government shutdown

Here’s what happens in a government shutdown

The same goes for passport offices within federal buildings. Airline travel: Flights should be uninterrupted. Air traffic controllers at the Federal Aviation Administration will continue operating, and security personnel at… Read more »

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