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Federal Aviation Administration

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  • Plane lands at O'Hare safely without landing gear

    A plane landed safely at O'Hare International Airport Saturday afternoon without part of its landing gear in place, the airline and the Federal Aviation Administration said. The regional GoJet flight from Grand Rapids, Michigan to Chicago with 37...
  • Real-estate agents eager for drone-rule changes

    Real-estate agents eager for drone-rule changes
    Video of Orlando-area neighborhood rooftops, backyards and docks — even in exclusive enclaves — could become public fodder on real-estate sites under federal plans to loosen drone restrictions. Even though the Federal Aviation Administration...
  • Banner pilot had little time to fix engine problem

    Banner pilot had little time to fix engine problem
    Jordan Dorsey was heading back to North Perry Airport after flying his banner plane over a festival in southwest Miami-Dade County when his engine started to slowly lose power. Suspecting ice had formed in the carburetor, a common ailment in small...
  • Secret Service flying drones, testing how to disrupt them

    Secret Service flying drones, testing how to disrupt them
    Mysterious, middle-of-the-night drone flights by the U.S. Secret Service during the next several weeks over parts of Washington — usually off-limits as a strict no-fly zone — are part of secret government testing intended to find ways to...
  • 1 dead in medical helicopter crash in eastern Oklahoma

    The pilot of a medical helicopter died and a nurse and paramedic were injured when their aircraft crashed in remote woods near Eufaula in eastern Oklahoma, authorities said Friday. No patients were aboard the Airbus AS350 as it was flying to McAlester...
  • Noise complaints at O'Hare soar in January

    Noise complaints at O'Hare soar in January
    O'Hare jet noise complaints hit a new monthly record — 39,500 — in January, the Chicago Department of Aviation reported Friday. It was a more than six fold increase over the 6,321 noise complaints made in January 2014, airport noise...
  • IDOT seeks to keep acquiring land for airport

    Though Gov. Bruce Rauner is taking time to review major projects, the South Suburban Airport, the Illinois Department of Transportation should be allowed to continue with land acquisition for the airport, an attorney for IDOT said Friday. Will County...
  • Small plane overturns after landing in central Pennsylvania

    Police say a small plane toppled over while landing at a tiny municipal airport in central Pennsylvania, but the pilot wasn't hurt. St. Marys police say 64-year-old David Cox, of Shippenville, declined medical treatment after the crash about 11 a.m....
  • Senate confirms transportation safety board chairman, member

    The Senate has voted overwhelmingly to confirm a lawyer with a history in aviation and transportation safety to head the National Transportation Safety Board. Christopher Hart's nomination was approved 97 to 0. The Senate also approved by a voice vote...
  • Civilian plane crashes, killing Marine on ground in Arizona

    A Marine died Wednesday after an aircraft operated by a civilian crashed on a runway at a southwest Arizona military base, Marine Corps officials said. The T-59 Hawk crashed at the Marine Corps Air Station in Yuma around 11:45 a.m. The two people in...
  • Secret Service testing drones, how to disrupt their flying

    The Secret Service is conducting middle-of-the-night drone flights near the White House in secret tests to devise a defense against the unmanned aircraft, The Associated Press has learned. The government-controlled drones will be flown between 1 a.m. and...