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The FAA imposed a ban on U.S. airline flights into and out of Israel after a Hamas rocket landed near Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion Airport.  (GIL COHEN MAGEN/AFP/Getty Images)

FAA Lifts Ban On U.S. Flights To Israel

Says U.S. will continue to closely monitor the situation.

07/24/2014

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FBI Offering $10,000 Reward For People Who Aim Laser Pointers at Planes

Silence your cellphone. Save the movie commentary for later. And if you know someone who aims a laser pointer at an airplane, give us a call.

06/03/2014

File photo of a drone. (credit: Robert MacPherson/AFP/Getty Images)

Poll: 63 Percent Of Americans Against Personal Drones Being Allowed In US Airspace

A majority of Americans are against U.S. airspace being used for personal drones.

04/22/2014

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Report: Pilots Often Head To Wrong Airports

Do you know the way to San Jose? Quite a few airline pilots apparently don’t.

02/10/2014

FAA will examine lightning protection at all U.S. airport towers, like the control tower at Los Angeles International Airport. (Getty Images)

FAA To Examine Airport Towers

After a lightning strike injured a controller at BWI, the FAA will test lightning protection systems for airport towers.

02/06/2014

Predator Drone (credit: General Atomics/Getty Images)

FAA Names Virginia Tech Among Test Sites for Drones

Universities in Virginia, Maryland and New Jersey were among those selected Monday to collaborate on developing test sites for drones, a technology one U.S. senator compared to the development of the cellphone.

12/30/2013

Industry officials say an advisory committee is urging the Federal Aviation Administration to relax its restrictions on airline passenger use of smartphones and other personal electronic devices during takeoffs and landings. (Photo Credit: ThinkStock)

Pilot Use Of Automation Eyed In Air Crashes

Pilots are becoming so reliant on the computer systems that do most of the flying in today’s airliners that on the rare occasions when something goes wrong, they’re sometimes unprepared to take control, according to aviation safety experts and government and industry studies.

12/02/2013

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FAA Report To Call For Overweight Pilot Sleep Evaluations, More Manual Training

The Federal Aviation Administration is set to announce that medical examiners will be evaluating overweight pilots and controllers for sleep problems as part of a series of commercial airline policy changes.

11/20/2013

Federal officials are acknowledging widespread drone access to U.S. skies faces significant hurdles and will take longer than Congress expected. (credit: John Moore/Getty Images)

FAA: Drone Access To US Skies Will Be Long Process

Federal officials are acknowledging widespread drone access to U.S. skies faces significant hurdles and will take longer than Congress expected.

11/07/2013

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FAA Expanding Use of Electronic Devices Throughout Flights

The Federal Aviation Administration has determined that passengers can now use portable electronic devices such as e-readers, video players and video games throughout all stages of a flight.

10/31/2013

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