A father and son are in a battle with the FAA after they weaponized multiple drones, turning them into widely-viewed YouTuve videos.
A preliminary report has revealed that an air traffic controller told a pilot that he could land on a nonexistent runway at a closed New York airport shortly before his plane crashed on train tracks.
The Federal Aviation Administration’s aging cyber security practices leave the National Air Traffic Control System and passengers nearly defenseless when it comes to cyber attacks, according to a new report.
The General Accounting Office (GAO) has found “significant security control weaknesses” in the FAA’s air traffic control system.
The Federal Aviation Administration has told all U.S. airlines that flights to Israel’s Tel Aviv airport are prohibited for 24 hours after a rocket from Gaza landed in the area.
The Federal Aviation Administration announced that the first outdoor drone test site is ready to go. Through research, the FAA hopes to discover how unmanned aircrafts can be implemented in United States airspace.
Are commercial airline pilots gradually losing their basic flying skills due to years of using automated controls? According to the Wall Street Journal, which reviewed a soon-to-be-released report from a panel of experts, some pilots “lack sufficient or in-depth knowledge and skills” to properly control their plane’s trajectory and fail to master the latest changes in cockpit technology.
The Federal Aviation Administration has issued new requirements for overweight pilots and air traffic controllers.
There was a scary situation above New York City a week ago when two planes came dangerously close to colliding.
The House of Representatives passed a bill to give the Federal Aviation Administration the flexibility to end furloughs of air-traffic controllers that have sparked widespread flight delays across the country. The legislation, which cleared the Senate Thursday evening, now goes to President Barack Obama.