Tagged With Federal Aviation Administration

Airlines say passengers and their baggage are getting heavier, and they're responding with new safety plans


Flight attendants have become 'punching bags' over mask rules and some are being assaulted by passengers, a union said. Authorities fined one passenger $52,000 for multiple violations.


FAA proposes combined $100,000 in fines for 4 unruly plane passengers, including man who tried to enter the cockpit



Minutes after a seemingly successful landing, SpaceX's Starship rocket exploded on the pad


Watch live: SpaceX is launching a new Starship rocket prototype. The last 2 attempts ended in explosions.


United grounds 24 Boeing 777s after an engine failed midair and left a trail of debris



Boeing recommends grounding model 777 aeroplanes after one experienced engine failure and dropped debris over Colorado


United grounds 24 Boeing 777s after an engine failed midair and left a trail of debris


Boeing recommends grounding model 777 airplanes after one experienced engine failure and dropped debris over Colorado


A plane suffering engine failure dropped debris in people's yards as it flew over Colorado, then landed safely


SpaceX's new Starship rocket prototype soared 6 miles above Texas, but exploded during a landing attempt


Elon Musk blasted the FAA for cancelling SpaceX's Starship flight following a reported launch licence violation



Airliners are on their own with no air traffic control at a Florida airport for 12 days after FAA staff contracted COVID-19


The FAA is cracking down on unruly passengers following the Capitol riots, threatening to take legal action against anyone violent or threatening


Trump to flee DC for Camp David this weekend after his supporters trashed the US Capitol in a riot


3 family members died when their small plane crashed into a home in a Detroit suburb



Flights are being halted at 2 major airports in Texas to disinfect an air traffic control centre where 2 workers tested positive for COVID-19 this week


The FAA released SpaceX's rough plan to fly Starship rockets to orbit from Texas, and the agency wants public input on it


The FAA ignored safety issues ahead of deadly crashes, cozied up with companies it was supposed to regulate, and retaliated against whistleblowers, according to an explosive congressional investigation


How United Airlines overcame one of the largest limitations to transporting Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine to the US