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Lufthansa reports near miss with drone over Los Angeles
News & Analysis

Lufthansa reports near miss with drone over Los Angeles

The pilot of a Lufthansa passenger jumbo jet reported a drone aircraft nearly collided with the airliner on Friday on its landing approach to Los Angeles International Airport, according to the Federal Aviation Administration.

FAA task force to recommend drone registry
News & Analysis

FAA task force to recommend drone registry

A Federal Aviation Administration task force will submit recommendations for registering drone operators on Saturday

Google registers two new drone designs with the FAA: Reports
News & Analysis

Google registers two new drone designs with the FAA: Reports

Google might be working on two new styles of delivery drone, according to FAA filings. These two new UAVs could possibly be tested by the company's experimental division Google X.

Safety inspectors face multiple issues: Why the DGCA must get its act together
India

Safety inspectors face multiple issues: Why the DGCA must get its act together

Not only are there not enough inspectors, their service conditions seem to have been formulated by the DGCA in a hurry. So now, myriad issues have cropped up for inspectors who have already joined.

DGCA is right: An upgraded safety record doesn't mean India can afford to get complacent now
Business

DGCA is right: An upgraded safety record doesn't mean India can afford to get complacent now

The DGCA also hinted that some pilots found wanting in proficiency checks have been issued notices and that she has begun re-certifying flying training schools and non-scheduled airlines as well.

Amazon wins approval from US regulators for new drone tests
News & Analysis

Amazon wins approval from US regulators for new drone tests

Amazon.com has won approval from U.S. federal regulators to test a delivery drone outdoors, less than a month after the e-commerce powerhouse blasted regulators for being slow to approve commercial drone testing.

Amazon blasts FAA for slowness on drone regulation
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Amazon blasts FAA for slowness on drone regulation

Amazon.com blasted federal regulators on Tuesday for being slow to approve commercial drone testing, saying the United States is falling behind other countries in the potentially lucrative area of unmanned aviation technology.

FAA plans new steps to speed up commercial drone use: Report
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FAA plans new steps to speed up commercial drone use: Report

The US Federal Aviation Administration plans to unveil new steps soon to make it easier for companies to use drone aircraft for specific business operations

Amazon gets approval for testing Prime Air delivery drones in the US
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Amazon gets approval for testing Prime Air delivery drones in the US

Amazon.com has won approval from US federal regulators to test a delivery drone outdoors, as the e-commerce company pursues its goal of sending packages to customers by air,

India hopeful of getting back top safety rating from FAA
India

India hopeful of getting back top safety rating from FAA

The decision to upgrade the country's aviation safety will be taken after the US regulator's team files its report, by mid-April.

Game of drones: As US dithers, rivals get a head start
News & Analysis

Game of drones: As US dithers, rivals get a head start

Drones, or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), are a hot ticket in Silicon Valley, but U.S. government dithering over regulations has given overseas companies a head-start in figuring out how best to exploit them.

New rules may prevent drone delivery as proposed by Amazon
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New rules may prevent drone delivery as proposed by Amazon

Some highlights of rules proposed Sunday on routine flights by small, commercial drones and on privacy protections when the government uses drones to collect information

FAA unveils new drone rules; no night flights
News & Analysis

FAA unveils new drone rules; no night flights

The government proposed long-awaited rules Sunday to usher in an era of commercial drones zipping through U.S. skies, but packages from these unmanned aircraft won't be landing on doorsteps any time soon.

Ferguson verdict: Amid protests St. Louis-bound flights rerouted
World

Ferguson verdict: Amid protests St. Louis-bound flights rerouted

The Federal Aviation Administration is diverting some St. Louis-bound flights to other airports because of reports of gunshots fired into the sky in Ferguson following a grand jury's decision not to indict the white police officer who fatally shot a black 18-year-old.

Amazon will deliver your Diwali gift by drones in just 90 mins of placing order
Biztech

Amazon will deliver your Diwali gift by drones in just 90 mins of placing order

Mobiles and books will be delivered within 90 minutes to three hours of an order being placed. The pilot project will be tested in Mumbai and Bangalore since that is where Amazon has its fulfillment centres.

Plane from Florida crashes off Bahamas, four dead
World

Plane from Florida crashes off Bahamas, four dead

Four people died after their small plane crashed in the sea off the island of Grand Bahama on Monday, according to Bahamian officials.

US bans civilian flights over Iraq hours after airstrike on jihadists
World

US bans civilian flights over Iraq hours after airstrike on jihadists

The Federal Aviation Administration today banned all US civilian flights over Iraq, just hours after airstrikes against jihadists.

US aviation authority lifts ban on flights to Israel
World

US aviation authority lifts ban on flights to Israel

America's aviation authority has lifted a ban on US flights to Israel, which was imposed due to concern over the risk of planes being hit by Hamas rockets.

Ban on US flights to Israel is for safety of Americans: Kerry to Netanyahu
World

Ban on US flights to Israel is for safety of Americans: Kerry to Netanyahu

John Kerry has told Benjamin Netanyahu that a temporary ban on US flights to Israel was mainly to ensure safety and security of American citizens.

Air India should survive but not at cost of taxpayer: Aviation Minister
Economy

Air India should survive but not at cost of taxpayer: Aviation Minister

Speaking to CNBC-TV18's Shereen Bhan on a range of subjects from increasing connectivity across the country to FDI in the aviation sector to aviation turbine fuel pricing, Raju said the 'feel-good factor' was missing from the aviation sector.