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3 hrs ago | Detroit Free Press
The local flower delivery company that tried delivering flowers using a drone until the Federal Aviation Administration made it stop is planning to resume such deliveries in a few weeks, thanks to a federal judge's ruling that commercial drones are legal.
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8 hrs ago | Airport Business
The Federal Aviation Administration's only fine against a commercial drone user was dismissed this week, a move that undermines the agency's ability to keep civilian drones from the sky March 07--The Federal Aviation Administration's only fine against a commercial drone user was dismissed this week, a move that undermines the agency's ability to ... (more)
A North Texas flying instructor and his student had to get some help landing their plane after one of their instruments malfunctioned.
A judge's decision to overturn the first fine against a drone operator may lead to more commercial unmanned-aircraft flights in the United States before rules are written to govern their use.
Federal safety officials say a team of experts is en route to Asia to be ready to assist in the investigation of a Malaysia Airlines jetliner that disappeared with 239 people on board.
A SteadiDrone QU4D aerial drone fitted with a GoPro video camera hovers in a field in Knysa, South Africa, on Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2014.
The Federal Aviation Administration's only fine against a commercial drone user was dismissed this week, a move that undermines the agency's ability to keep civilian drones from the sky.
A judge overturned a U.S. regulator's first fine against a drone operator, a ruling that may lead to more commercial unmanned-aircraft flights in the U.S. before rules are written to govern their use.
U.S. Senator Lamar Alexander Thursday sent a letter with Senator Dianne Feinstein to the U.S. Department of Transportation in favor of prohibiting cell phone conversations on commercial airline flights, preserving what they called the "last vestige of quiet in our busy skies."
How much have winter storms hurt airline travel? The Federal Aviation Administration is waiving its requirement that airlines fly at least 80% of their flights at slot-controlled airports in the Northeast A United Airlines airplane leaves tracks in the snow as it is pushed back from a gate Monday, Feb. 3, 2014, at Newark Liberty International ... (more)
The last week appears to have been tax week at the federal level, with Chairman Dave Camp's proposal coming out in late February, and President Obama's FY 2015 budget proposal released yesterday.
The final leg of a project that would improve the safety standards at the airport is now underway.
A twin-engine plane sustained substantial damage when it made a hard landing Thursday night at a private airport on Molokai, based on preliminary information, Federal Aviation Administration spokesman Allen Kenitzer said.
There's an old Emo Philips joke about trusting advice from the government: "I pleaded guilty on advice of counsel.