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FAA review says Boeing 787 Dreamliner is safe

The Boeing <BA.N> 787 Dreamliner, grounded for months last year after battery overheating problems, is soundly designed and safe to fly, a joint review by the planemaker and the Federal Aviation A...
In the Media by Eric Beech (Reuters)

U.S. regulators warned of problems on Boeing 777s

Washington - Months before Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 mysteriously vanished, US regulators warned of a "cracking and corrosion" problem on Boeing 777s that could lead to a mid-air breakup and drastic drop in cabin pressure.The revelation comes amid a desperate ...
In the Media by AFP

Journalist sues Hartford PD in drone use dispute

A TV journalist is suing the Hartford Police Dept. after he was stopped from using a drone to film an accident scene. The dispute may be local, but it comes in the middle of a national debate over the private use of drones in the US.
In the Media by Martin Laine

FAA grounds flying beer drone; cites lack of legal precedent

If you’re like many of today’s consumers, you might be counting down the days until an Amazon Drone, which was first unveiled in December, delivers your latest online purchase to your door.
In the Media by Angela Atkinson

Southwest flight lands in Missouri — at the wrong airport

Branson - Southwest Airlines passenger Scott Schieffer knew something wasn't quite right on Sunday when the plane, making a planned stop in Branson, Missouri, first touched down on the runway.
In the Media by Yukio Strachan - 1 comment

Real estate brokers using drones to show homes

Naperville - Legal or not, real estate brokers are using small drones to sell multi-million dollar homes, according to several media reports. In some cases, tiny drones fly inside the mansions to film the interiors.
In the Media by Robert Weller - 3 comments

Op-Ed: FAA isn't making airplane seats home offices

The most essential ingredient in making a home office work is communication with the outside world. By that definition allowing mobile phones on airplanes doesn’t make a passenger seat an office.
In the Media by Robert Weller - 3 comments

Advisory panel to recommend FAA ease Wi-Fi restrictions

The FAA may finally be catching up with the times. That is, of course, if it accepts recommendations from one of its advisory panels.
In the Media by Andrew Ellis

Hugo Teso: Commercial aircraft vulnerable to ground-based hackers

Amsterdam - A chilling presentation at the Hack In The Box security conference this week demonstrated how commercial aircraft can be hijacked remotely by ground-based hackers and commanded to crash using a smartphone application.
In the Media by Doug Gundy - 3 comments

Drone sighting near JFK airport sparks FBI, FAA investigation

New York - The FBI and the FAA say they are investigating a report from the pilot of an Alitalia passenger jet that he saw an unmanned aircraft near JFK airport over Brooklyn. The pilot said he spotted the drone within 200 feet of his passenger airplane.
In the Media by JohnThomas Didymus - 4 comments
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30,000 Drones over U.S. skies - Protecting or Spying?

A four-year, $63 billion FAA bill, which was approved by House and Senate negotiators for use of unmanned planes,...
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