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New York High-rise did not have a proper certificate, FAA says

The pilot, identified as Tim McCormack, said in the crash, law enforcement officials said. "Pilots must have an instrument rating to fly in bad weather," said FAA spokeswoman. "This pilot did not have an instrument rating." An instrument rating that requires about 100 or more hours of additional training on top pilot training, CNN aviation analyst Mary Schiavo said. Schiavo …

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Helicopter pilot crashed on a Manhattan skyscraper that is not approved for bad-weather flights, FAA officials say

NEW YORK CITY – The helicopter pilot who died when his vehicle crashed on a New York City skyscraper on Monday received no permit to fly in bad weather. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) requires pilots to have an instrument rating in adverse weather conditions, and pilot Timothy McCormack did not have that rating, FAA officials told Fox News on Tuesday. …

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According to the FAA, more than 300 Boeing 737 jets may have faulty wing parts

An aerial view of Boeing 737 MAX aircraft parked on the runway at the Boeing factory in Renton, Washington, USA, on March 21, 2019. Lindsey Wasson | Reuters More than 300 Boeing 737 jets, including Max, may have faulty wing sections that fail to meet rigidity and durability requirements after a joint investigation with the aircraft manufacturer on Sunday. The …

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FAA warns that some Boeing 737s may have faulty wing parts: NPR

A Boeing 737 Max powered by Air Canada lands at Boeing Field in Seattle on March 27, 2019. In addition to the problems found in the 737 Max, some 737 have a new problem, according to the FAA: they may have flawed parts on their wings. Ted S. Warren / AP Hide Caption Switch caption Ted S. Warren / AP …

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Even if the FAA Boeing 737 frees Max jets to fly, Americans may not get in

There are new indications that the Boeing 737 Max will not be carrying passengers for some time after the Federal Aviation Administration met with foreign regulators in Fort Worth on Thursday to discuss the future of the To discuss jets. Airborne features were possibly one factor for two deadly crashes last year. [239652] Reigning FAA Administrator Daniel Elwell told CBS …

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Ralph Nader, on 737 Max crashes, says FAA is getting to Boeing

Consumer advocate Ralph Nader, whose grandniece was killed in the March crash of a 737 Max jet in Ethiopia, is accusing the Federal Aviation Administration of being responsible for Boeing. The FAA is hosting international aviation regulators in Texas on Thursday to discuss the ongoing review of the Boeing 737 Max Jets, which ended in March after two deadly crashes …

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Changes to the Boeing 787 Dreamliner are anchored in the US FAA policy

By Eric M. Johnson SEATTLE (Reuters) – The US Federal Aviation Administration announced Wednesday that it had offered new flight control software and parts for the Boeing Co's 787 Dreamliner to buy one "unsafe operating condition" of certain products to tackle on the plane. The FAA Airworthiness Directive for Aircraft Operators makes compelling changes that Boeing has stated in the …

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Source: Boeing whistleblowers report FAA 737 Max issues

All 737 Max aircraft worldwide are grounded. The FAA informs CNN that they received the four submissions to the hotline on April 5 and may have a completely new perspective on what went wrong in the crashes of two Boeing 737 Max airliners – Lion Air Flight 620 in October and Ethiopian Air Flight 302 in March. The complaints include …

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Alphabet's Wing Drones receive FAA approval for deliveries to the United States

Wing, the startup company of Alphabet, was the first drone delivery company to receive US commercial clearance approval. Bloomberg reports that the company received the regulatory blessing after meeting many security requirements of a traditional airline. The approval of the FAA as an airline was necessary for Wing to carry out its drone deliveries. Current FAA regulations prevent a drone …

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FAA panel says Boeing 737 Max software is 'operationally suitable'

Jason Redmond | AFP | Getty Images A Boeing 737 MAX 8 for China's Southern Airlines (front) is pictured at the Boeing Renton Factory at Renton, Washington on March 12, 2019. The Federal Aviation Administration on Tuesday released its initial review of Boeing's 737 Max anti-stall software is "operationally suitable."

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