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The FAA and EASA pledge to collaborate on aviation safety, modernization, and emerging technologies, emphasizing information sharing and cooperation.

Merkley/Kennedy attempting to spike checkpoint wait times, waste taxpayer dollars, increase prevalence of fake identification, says U.S. Travel Association.

Michael Whitaker has spent his career in aviation, which began as an attorney for TWA in New York and Washington.

Strained U.S. air travel system braces for record Summer demand.

The U.S. Embassy in Cuba advises U.S. citizens in Cuba who normally live in the United States to arrange for

The company plans to expand on this initial Boeing 757-200 certification and utilize the data to file multiple STCs, which

All U.S. airports that offer commercial airline service are evaluated annually.

The FAA now allows 787s to be operated for up to 330 minutes (5.5 hours) away from an airport, up will demand a "Passengers' Bill Of Rights" at two events.

The FAA endorsed the findings of a cross-industry panel of experts that recommended a certification path for airlines that maintains