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FAA downgrades India’s aviation safety

The United States Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has downgraded India’s aviation safety ranking, its civil aviation minister Ajit Singh confimed on Friday. “It is very … More ››

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FAA extends Lockheed Martin’s NAS work

Lockheed Martin’s work supporting foundational elements of the Federal Aviation Administration’s National Airspace System (NAS) will continue until October 2017. The corporation was awarded a … More ››

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Sunhillo tapped for unmanned R&D

Sunhillo Technical Services, a member of the Mid-Atlantic Aviation Partnership (MAAP) team, has been selected to participate in the FAA Unmanned Aircraft Systems Research and … More ››

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FAA to change takeoff, landing rules

The FAA is poised to introduce a new rule for air traffic controllers that is designed to reduce the risk of collision, according to a … More ››

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Senate grills FAA on controller training costs

The US Federal Aviation Administration is still grappling with ways to manage controller training with senators questioning the agency’s ability to accurately predict its costs. … More ››

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AEA partners with NextGen GA fund

The Aircraft Electronics Association has entered into a partnership agreement with the NextGen GA Fund to accelerate the rollout of NextGen by providing access to … More ››

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US developing rules for drone hobbyists

The United States Federal Aviation Administration’s UAS Integration Office and the Academy for Model Aeronautics are  to work together toward ensuring modelers fly their both … More ››

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US transport chief appoints new FAA advisers

US Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx has appointed ten new members to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Management Advisory Council (MAC). The council advises the … More ››

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Ireland buys into Entry Point North

Entry Point North has opened a new transnational academy in Ireland. The academy is a fully owned training subsidiary of Entry Point North and will … More ››

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US leadership faces five obstacles

A new study finds that America’s air traffic control system has fallen seriously behind modern information technology. Hudson Institute – a nonpartisan policy research organisation … More ››

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