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Florida plane crash: US authorities probe mid-air collision which killed Indian trainee pilot, three others
Police and aviation authorities in Florida's Miami-Dade are scouring a swampy grassland for clues to help explain what caused the midair collision between two small aircraft in which an Indian woman trainee pilot and three others were killed.
A senior security officer said that due to some changes in the US rules, personal electronic devices have to undergo the electronic trace detection.
Aircraft makes emergency landing at California's Fresno-Yosemite airport after smoke fills passenger cabin
Smoke filled the cabin of an Allegiant Air jet after it landed at a California airport on Monday, forcing coughing passengers to cover their faces with shirts and firefighters to board the plane
The Trump administration still is considering whether to allow a sweeping expansion in drone use for purposes such as deliveries where aircraft would fly beyond the sight of an operator.
Will Air India finally be able to extract large sums from passengers who are unable to control their anger in the skies?
Boeing Co hired Norsk Titanium AS to print the first structural titanium parts for its 787 Dreamliner.
Elon Musk's SpaceX has been forced to delay the return of its rockets to flight until January as an investigation continues into a launch pad explosion earlier this year, the tech billionaire' s company said on Wednesday.
Airline pilots and air traffic controllers are on schedule to switch to text communications at most of the nation's busiest airports by the end of the year, a milestone that holds the potential to reduce delays, prevent errors and save billions of dollars in fuel cost, says the Federal Aviation Administration.
So many people are registering drones and applying for drone pilot licenses that federal aviation officials said Friday they are contemplating the possibility of millions of unmanned aircraft crowding the nation's skies in the not-too-distant future.
SpaceX founder and chief Elon Musk said on Friday he was unsure why one of the company’s Falcon rockets burst into flames on its Florida launch pad last week, destroying both the rocket and an Israeli communications satellite it was due to lift into orbit.
Airline passengers should not turn on or charge their Samsung Electronics Co Ltd Galaxy Note 7 smartphones during flights or stow them in checked baggage due to concerns over the phone's fire-prone batteries, the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration said.
Three Australian airlines have banned passengers from using or charging Samsung Electronics' Galaxy Note 7 smartphones during flights due to concerns over the phone's fire-prone batteries.
Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 issues don’t seem to have ended with the worldwide recall of the Galaxy Note 7 devices. The FAA is now reportedly “actively exploring” the issue and might be considering a ban of the device on all flights.
Richard Branson’s space company, Virgin Galactic, has been granted an operating licence to fly its passenger rocket ship with the world's first paying space tourists aboard once final safety tests are completed, the Federal Aviation Administration said on Monday.
Routine use of small drones by real estate agents, farmers, filmmakers and other commercial operators was cleared for takeoff by the Obama administration
Federal aviation officials said they will work quickly on regulations that would permit small, commercial drones to fly over people and crowds.
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.
The US has declared its capital Washington, in particular some of the government buildings like the White House, Capitol Hill and the Pentagon, a "no drone
The DGCA head also denied that national carrier Air India was given any dispensation as far as operating flights with less than required number of cabin crew was concerned.