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FAA announced all aircraft will be required to have updated GPS tracking

FAA announced all aircraft will be required to have updated GPS tracking 16/04/2014

Airlines required to upgrade equipment by 2020 full story »


More US airlines get FAA approval for PED use

More US airlines get FAA approval for PED use 07/11/2013

United, US Airways and American Airlines are the latest carriers to receive the goahead to use portable electronic devices below 10,000 feet full story »


FAA approves portable electronic device use below 10,000 feet

FAA approves portable electronic device use below 10,000 feet 04/11/2013

JetBlue and Delta are the first airlines to allow passengers to use their portable electronic devices from take off to touch down full story »


FAA looks at easing personal electronic devices restrictions

FAA looks at easing personal electronic devices restrictions 26/03/2012

The Federal Aviation Administration will be discussing if there are ways to test use of electronic devices in flight to see if they are safe full story »


FAA issues new rule on pilot fatigue

FAA issues new rule on pilot fatigue 24/12/2011

The new measure makes certain that pilots will have longer opportunity to rest before flying full story »


The ticket tax saga – win some, lose some

The ticket tax saga – win some, lose some 24/07/2011

With the FAA shutdown, several federal taxes have expired. Some airlines keep the difference, others pass savings along full story »


FAA heads into partial shutdown, essential services not affected

FAA heads into partial shutdown, essential services not affected 23/07/2011

Senate adjourns without passing House version of FAA bill; 4,000 agency workers on furlough full story »


FAA gives Allegiant Air OK to fly 757-200

FAA gives Allegiant Air OK to fly 757-200 10/07/2011

Carrier plans to purchase two, aims for extended-range certification to operate Hawaiian routes next summer full story »


FAA IG finds key NextGen program behind schedule and over budget

FAA IG finds key NextGen program behind schedule and over budget 19/06/2011

The FAA Inspector General last week issued a report that the agency is not meeting schedule or budget in developing a critical component of the proposed Next Generation Air Transportation System, or NextGen. full story »


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