Joel Stout admitted that he conspired with his father in a scheme that charged owners of small, private airplanes in Lancaster County, Pa., for inspections and repairs that were not done by FAA-certified personnel.
While the FAA may have the authority to create regulations specific to unmanned aerial vehicles (aka, drones) it hasn’t done so yet, leaving many questions up in the air.
A posting on the FAA website raises new questions about the chain of events leading to a pilot’s decision to abort a flight Thursday evening at Philadelphia International Airport.
For the first-time traveler hoping to avoid baggage fees to the experienced globetrotter, the following 10 tips will help teach you how to pack more efficiently and maybe even more safely.
Officials at Philadelphia International Airport say the FAA has issued a ground delay of up to two hours for arriving flights due to snow.
For the last three years, Atlantic Cape Community College has helped train students in aviation jobs and this spring plans to offer a course about the newest field in flying – drone technology.
According to the FAA, due to low clouds and fog, some arrivals were seeing delays averaging about 30-minutes.
Air travelers toting iPads and e-readers can rejoice: the FAA is ending its long policy forcing passengers to switch off and stow those devices during takeoff and landing.
Staff from the FAA Technical Center are among furloughed federal workers wondering when they’ll see pay checks.
Congress has ordered the FAA to open skies to private drones by 2015. Only two states regulate the use of drones by private parties who want to gather information.
Officials say a Dover Air Force Base Aero Club Cessna aircraft made an emergency landing on southbound Route 1 between exits 93 and 91.
Firefighters at Engine 78 stand ready at Philadelphia International Airport in the event of an aircraft emergency similar to what happened in San Francisco.
Philadelphia International Airport was not affected, but officials for Southwest Airlines are urging passengers to check their flight status before leaving.
Chris reviews his appearance at yesterday’s Homeruns for Hearts fundraiser at Citizens Bank Park, Senator Pat Toomey’s assessment of why his gun legislation failed to pass, and Kermit Gosnell’s lawyer’s decision not to call a witness in his defense. He talks to Congressman Frank Lobiondo, Melissa Henson from the Parents Television Council, Comedian Gilbert Gottfried, and the founder of Retro Fitness, Eric Casaburi.
Chris discusses the dismissal of some charges in the trial against Kermit Gosnell, Pat Toomey’s response to the delays caused by FAA furloughs, Pennsylvania Democrats efforts to get Governor Tom Corbett to accept the Medicaid expansion under the Affordable Care Act, and the reported motivation of the Boston Marathon bombers. He also talks to J.D. Mullane from the Bucks County Courier-Times.