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  • $1.1 million grant will fund new taxiway at Quincy airport

    The Quincy airport in western Illinois is building a new taxiway to meet updated safety and design standards. The taxi route at Quincy Regional-Baldwin Field Airport will be paid for with a $1.1 million grant from the Federal Aviation Administration. U....
  • Congressman Bill Shuster hasn't considered recusal after dating aviation lobbyist

    WASHINGTON — The chairman of the House Transportation Committee on Tuesday said he never considered recusing himself from the panel's work on aviation legislation after he began dating a top airline industry lobbyist. GOP Rep. Bill Shuster of...
  • What rules apply when members of Congress date lobbyists?

    WASHINGTON Confronted with questions about how his relationship with an aviation industry lobbyist might impact his chairmanship of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, Rep. Bill Shuster, R-Pa., said he has "gone above and beyond what...
  • Shuster hasn't considered recusal after dating lobbyist

    The chairman of the House transportation committee on Tuesday said he never considered recusing himself from the panel's work on aviation legislation after he began dating a top airline industry lobbyist. GOP Rep. Bill Shuster of Pennsylvania said he's...
  • Federal authorities to investigate death of rescuer who fell from medical helicopter

    AUSTIN, Texas The Federal Aviation Administration and the National Transportation Safety Board are investigating the death of a rescuer who was killed Monday night after falling from a medical helicopter during a rescue in Texas. FAA personnel will be...
  • Port Authority to vote on funding for new AirTrain at Newark

    Newark Liberty Airport's aging monorail could be in for a total makeover. The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey is scheduled to vote this week on whether to commit tens of millions of dollars for planning and designing a system to replace the...
  • T workers jam Statehouse hearing on transit overhaul

    Unionized MBTA employees packed a Statehouse hearing room on Monday as state transportation officials and members of a review panel appointed by Republican Gov. Charlie Baker outlined recommendations for shaking up the troubled Boston-area transit system....
  • Editorials from around Ohio

    Excerpts of recent editorials of statewide and national interest from Ohio newspapers: The (Toledo) Blade, April 24 No offense to cab drivers, but airline pilots should earn more than they do. Right now, many don't. Uber drivers in New York City make...
  • United Airlines offers fixes to FAA concerns

    United Airlines offers fixes to FAA concerns
    Chicago-based United Airlines has outlined a plan for aviation regulators on how it will deal with concerns involving pilot training and scheduling, and is implementing those changes. The airline in a March 25 letter responded to Federal Aviation...
  • Ohio colleges to host 'drone summit' in August

    Two Ohio colleges plan to launch a drone summit in August to talk about the future of unmanned aircraft in the state. Sinclair Community College and Ohio State University are hosting the Unmanned Aerial Systems Academic Summit featuring technology...
  • Planes often hit birds at Orlando International

    Planes often hit birds at Orlando International
    Airplanes hit birds and other animals more than 150 times a year at Orlando International Airport, and while most strikes result in no more damage than when bugs hit car windshields, more serious problems can occur. From November 2009 to October 2014,...