FAA Orders More Engine Inspections After Deadly Southwest AccidentThe Federal Aviation Administration continues steps to ensure passenger flight safety as it ordered more engine inspections on Friday.
Laptops Could Be Banned From Checked Bags On Planes Due To Fire RiskLaptops could be banned from checked baggage on planes due to a fire risk under a proposal being recommended by an international air safety panel.
FAA Ban On Drone Flights Goes Into Effect TodayThe Federal Aviation Administration is banning drone flights within 400 feet (122 meters) of several national landmarks, including the Statue of Liberty and Mount Rushmore.
Officials: Mysterious Jets Over Philly Were Actually Saudi Arabian AircraftA spokesperson for the FAA told KYW Newsradio on Monday that the group of jets flying in formation was a "military operation."
FAA: Jets Flying In Formation Over Philly Was 'Military Operation'KYW Newsradio received a number of tip calls and photos that show what appears to be a jetliner flanked by two aircraft over each wing.
Airline Passenger Satisfaction Keeps Improving Despite Recent Incidents: StudyA new independent survey shows passenger satisfaction is at an all-time high.
SpaceX Delays Rocket Launch Because Of Lousy WeatherSpaceX is pushing back its next rocket launch because of high winds and rain at its launch site in California.
Airline Pilots Anonymously Report Suicidal Thoughts, Study FindsHundreds of pilots who are currently flying commercial planes may be clinically depressed, according to research published in the journal Environmental Health on Wednesday.
Bucks County 9/11 Widow Makes New Push For Cockpit Security GateThe Saracini Aviation Safety Act would force commercial airlines to install a secondary barrier, a wire-mesh gate, between the cockpit door and the cabin, so when the pilots need to use the bathroom or get food, the flight deck is protected.
Study: Brutal Schedules Make Air Traffic Controllers Fatigued, More Likely To Make MistakesTraveling is stressful enough, and the report of chronically tired people in the tower doesn't help, at least according to some of the travelers at Philadelphia International Airport on Tuesday morning.
Watch Where You Point That LaserBecause it's a violation of federal law, the FAA requires pilots in the US to report any laser aimed at their aircraft. In 2014, they reported almost 4000.
FAA Investigating After Man Flies Drone Above Ballpark During Phils GameThe Federal Aviation Administration is investigating an incident of a man flying a drone over Citizen's Bank Park Sunday.