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Federal Aviation Administration

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  • Chicago agrees to reprieve on dismantling O'Hare's diagonal runways

    Chicago agrees to reprieve on dismantling O'Hare's diagonal runways
    In an about-face, Chicago is asking the Federal Aviation Administration to delay action that would cause "irreparable damage'' to diagonal runways slated for closure at O'Hare International Airport, officials said Monday. The postponement would be in...
  • Avatar Airlines seeks private equity online

    Avatar Airlines seeks private equity online
    Avatar Airlines is planning to unveil a $300 million online private equity offering at Aviation Festival Americas in Miami, which runs Tuesday through Wednesday at Hilton Miami Downtown hotel. The startup's founder and CEO, Barry Michaels, will...
  • Man flies drone around Citizens Bank Park during Phillies game

    Man flies drone around Citizens Bank Park during Phillies game
    PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Police have questioned a man who was flying a drone around Citizens Bank Park during a Philadelphia Phillies game. Authorities say Phillies staff first spotted the remote-controlled drone near the third-base gate on Sunday but...
  • Startup Avatar Airlines turns to crowdfunding

    Startup Avatar Airlines turns to crowdfunding
    Fledgling Avatar Airlines is taking to the Internet to pay for its wings. The startup based in Boca Raton still does not have federal approval to fly, but it has set up a crowdfunding site in an attempt to raise $5 million for initial costs....
  • Replenish fund for airport improvements: Editorial

    Replenish fund for airport improvements: Editorial
    As the U.S. Travel Association's signature annual meeting, IPW, took off Saturday at the Orange County Convention Center, prospects for the industry in America looked sunnier than ever. Totals trips, travel spending and international visits to the...
  • Pilots say green laser was pointed at their planes over Long Island

    Local and federal law enforcement officials launched an investigation Friday after five commercial airline pilots reported that green lasers were pointed at their planes as they flew over New York and New Jersey. The Federal Aviation Administration said...
  • Letter: Amenities are up to date and accessible

    Re: “Bob Hope Airport isn’t user friendly,” Mailbag, May 16. Writer Claude Soderstrom expresses an opinion that does not agree with the vast majority of Bob Hope Airport patrons, who consistently rate the airport high for convenience and...
  • Naperville man pleads guilty to air-traffic facility fire

    Naperville man pleads guilty to air-traffic facility fire
    A Naperville man faces at least a decade behind bars and potentially millions of dollars in restitution after pleading guilty Thursday to charges he set a fire at a Chicago-area radar facility that wreaked havoc on the nation's air traffic system last...
  • American Airlines flight returns safely to LAX after reporting issue in cockpit

    American Airlines flight returns safely to LAX after reporting issue in cockpit
    An American Airlines flight headed to Boston has landed safely at Los Angeles International Airport after reporting a problem in the cockpit. Ian Gregor, an FAA spokesman, said the Boeing 737 reported equipment issues after leaving LAX en route to...
  • Small plane pilot arrested after crash at Melbourne airport

    Small plane pilot arrested after crash at Melbourne airport
    The pilot of a small plane that hit an antenna at Melbourne International Airport Wednesday afternoon was arrested, an airport spokeswoman said. The pilot's name and the charges he is facing were not immediately available Wednesday evening,...
  • Speak Out

    Speak Out
    Last Sunday's newspaper article about the probable appointment of Trustee Seaman as Tinley Park mayor was an unsettling reminder of what the mayor, trustees and clerk have gifted to themselves in longevity pay. Shame on all of us for being so complacent...