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Amazon seeks FAA permission to test delivery drones outdoors near Seattle
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Amazon seeks FAA permission to test delivery drones outdoors near Seattle

Amazon.com Inc is seeking permission from US regulators to test its delivery drones near Seattle.

Under US pressure, govt approves creation of 75 posts in DGCA
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Under US pressure, govt approves creation of 75 posts in DGCA

Under pressure to avoid a downgrade by US aviation regulator FAA, the Union government has approved creation of 75 crucial posts in DGCA to carry out safety inspection of airlines and private charter companies.

US cracks open skies to testing, use of aerial drones
World

US cracks open skies to testing, use of aerial drones

The US government took a step on Monday toward opening the skies to aerial drones, authorizing six sites where unmanned aircraft can be tested for a variety of uses.

Technology, rules keep Amazon drone delivery in hangar, for now
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Technology, rules keep Amazon drone delivery in hangar, for now

Amazon.com Inc Chief Executive Officer Jeff Bezos made a splash on Sunday with his radical plan...

Amazon testing 30-minute deliveries using drones, Jeff Bezos reveals
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Amazon testing 30-minute deliveries using drones, Jeff Bezos reveals

So now your favourite book will reach your doorstep along with your pizza.

US FCC head personally opposes cellphone use on planes
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US FCC head personally opposes cellphone use on planes

A day after his proposal that in-flight phone calls be allowed on airliners, the head of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission said...

US to allow expanded electronic device use on flights
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US to allow expanded electronic device use on flights

Airline passengers will soon be able to use electronic devices throughout their entire flight after the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration ...

Sit back and enjoy your gizmo as you fly
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Sit back and enjoy your gizmo as you fly

In as little as a few months, airline passengers could play video games, read e-books, watch movies and listen to music while their flights take ...

Air India's six Dreamliners to remain grounded till 17 Feb
Business

Air India's six Dreamliners to remain grounded till 17 Feb

In effect this means that the newest aircraft in the airline fleet will remain grounded for a month.

For now, FAA keeps DGCA's top regulator status in tact
India

For now, FAA keeps DGCA's top regulator status in tact

India, at present, is placed in Category-I or the safest aviation safety category.