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Air safety

Commercial Drone Operator Now requires a Pilot License

Commercial Drone Operator Now requires a Pilot License Now all the Drone Operators are required to acquire a pilot license in order to use their commercial drones.

Nov 25 2014, 5:14am CST

Flight attendants challenge FAA on electronic devices

Flight attendants challenge FAA on electronic devices Flight attendants ask court to overturn a ruling the Federal Aviation Administration made last year easing the use of computer tablets and smartphones on planes.

Oct 11 2014, 12:16pm CDT

Malaysia Airlines Flight crashed while on Autopilot

Malaysia Airlines MH370 Flight crashed while on Autopilot The latest news from the Aussies is that the Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 had crashed while on autopilot.

Jun 26 2014, 6:32am CDT

Alaska Near Miss Airline Crash with Cargo Plane

Alaska Near Miss Airline Crash with Cargo Plane An Alaska Air 737 Jet Airline almost underwent a near miss crash with a cargo plane over Fire Island.

May 29 2014, 6:02am CDT

Drones: 1, FAA: 0

Drones: 1, FAA: 0 An administrative judge invalidated a fine yesterday against an individual who used a small drone for the commercial purpose of taking and selling photographs.  The decision has been heralded, rightfully, as a blow...

Mar 7 2014, 5:31am CST

This Lawyer Says Beer-Delivery Drone Should Be Free To Fly

This Lawyer Says Beer-Delivery Drone Should Be Free To Fly A Minnesota beer company had two ideas: one good and one brilliant. The good idea was to deliver beer to ice-fishers by drone; an ice-shack dweller would call in his or her GPS coordinates to which the company would...

Feb 4 2014, 8:47am CST

FAA Expands the Use of Portable Electronic Devices in Flight

FAA Expands the Use of Portable Electronic Devices in Flight from Take-off to Landing The US now allows airlines to expand the use of portable electronic devices in flight from take-off to landing. FAA now allows users to use personal electronic devices during flight except mobiles for voice communications.

Oct 31 2013, 10:46am CDT

FAA Wants to Lessen In-Flight Electronic Devices Restrictions

FAA Recommends Easing In-Flight Electronic Devices Restrictions The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)wants to lessen the number of restrictions on in-flight use of electronic devices. This is being done in order to accommodate the travelers who board the airlines.

Sep 27 2013, 4:44am CDT

The Best Super Bowl 2015 Ads

Use Your iPhone On A Flight, Prepare To Get Punched This is why I don't fly Southwest

Dec 30 2010, 12:52pm CST

The SlipQuit: Bring Out Your Inner Steven Slater

The SlipQuit: Bring Out Your Inner Steven Slater Just grab two beers and jump!

Aug 27 2010, 4:03am CDT

Airport Security friendly Laptop Bags from Pathfinder Luggage and Targus coming The NY Times reports that the Transportation Security Administration has approved newly designed laptop bags that allow you to pass through security without having to take out your scratch free laptop out for the X-ray...

Jul 1 2008, 3:00pm CDT

New Software in U.S. Fighter Jets Helps Prevent Ground Collisions

New Software in U.S. Fighter Jets Helps Prevent Ground Collisions The U.S. Air Force announced today that they are going to begin integration of Automatic Ground Collision Avoidance System, called Auto-GCAS, software into military fighter jets including F-16, F-22 and F-35 fighters.“...

Aug 6 2007, 2:00pm CDT