FAA Issues New Restraint Regulations for Open-Door Helicopters

The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has issued new regulations for passenger restraints in open-door, “doors-off” helicopter flights. Hundreds of companies throughout the United States offer helicopter tours of local cities and attractions. It provides tourists and travelers with a … Read More

FAA to Test New Authorization System for Drones

The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has announced plans to begin testing its near-real-time authorization processing system for drones beginning around the beginning of May. The FAA’s Dan Elwell unveiled the new processing system tat the annual UAS Symposium earlier … Read More

Google Flights to Offer Better Predictions of Air Travel Delays

Google Flights is being updated with new features to better predict air travel delays. Originally launched September 13, 2011 the Google-operated online flight booking service allows travelers to easily find and purchase tickets through third-party vendors. It works like other … Read More

Boeing Produced More Jets Than Any Other Company in 2017

New reports indicate that Boeing produced more jets than any other company, including Airbus, last year. 2017 marked the sixth consecutive year in which Boeing topped the charts for jet production. According to the reports, Boeing produced and delivered 763 … Read More

NASA Plans to Return to the Moon

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is planning to return to the moon. Earlier this month, the White House ordered NASA to send astronauts back to the moon. While details such as timeline and logistics remain unknown, it’s safe … Read More

Airbus Announces $60 Billion Deal

There’s strong demand for Airbus’ jets, with the company reporting a surge of orders at the end of year totaling nearly $60 billion. As explained by Telegraph, the European aerospace giant confirmed 100 new orders. Among these deals includes an … Read More

NASA Unveils Goal of Touching the Sun in 2018

As it approaches its 60th birthday, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has unveiled a new list of goals for 2018, one of which is to touch the sun. NASA says it will launch a Parker Solar Probe in … Read More

FAA Issues Warning to Pilots Regarding Use of Special Instruments

The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has issued a warning to pilots regarding the use of special instruments in a new Information for Operators (InFO). According to the CIA, there are more than 15,000 airports in the United States, roughly … Read More

Boeing Soars Ahead with Record Number of Deliveries

Amidst a heated battle with competitor Airbus, Boeing has posted strong earnings for the third quarter of 2017. Reports indicate the commercial airline company earned $1.85 billion, which is more than analysts were expecting. So, what does this mean for … Read More