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May 17, 2019

Boeing Finishes MCAS Fix for 737 MAX

Boeing's 737 MAX is back in the air — at least for flight testing. The…

May 15, 2019

FAA Admin Nominee Dickson Pledges to Investigate MAX, Prioritize Safety

Restoring trust in the FAA will be a big job for the agency's next administrator,…

May 13, 2019

ThrustSense Autothrottle Achieves King Air Certification

ThrustSense, the Innovative Solutions & Support (IS&S) autothrottle technology that brings ...

May 10, 2019

FAA to Debut Remote ID Rule in July

The FAA plans to release its remote identification ruling for UAS in July, UAS Integration…

May 06, 2019

Boeing Knew the AOA Disagree Alert on the 737 MAX Didn’t Work — and Said Nothing

In 2017, Boeing learned that the angle-of-attack (AOA) disagree alert — a standard feature on…

May 01, 2019

One Year Later, Will the FAA’s Drone IPP Pave the Way for New Regulation?

It has been a year since the FAA launched its nation-wide UAS Integration Pilot Program…

May 01, 2019

What the FAA Learned About Future Air Taxis From Missteps Integrating Drones

CHICAGO — The FAA wasn't ready for drones, according to its executive director for unmanned aircraft,…

April 23, 2019

ADS-B Equipage Trending Up, FAA Focused on Business and GA Operators

ADS-B Out installations for U.S.-registered business and general aviation aircraft are trending upward, but not…

April 23, 2019

Cirrus VP Says AOA Sensor Fix Shipments Have Already Begun for Grounded Vision Jets

The angle of attack (AOA) sensor replacement required to fix the condition that lead to…

April 19, 2019

FAA Grounds Cirrus Vision Jets After Angle of Attack Incidents

The FAA has issued an emergency airworthiness directive (AD) that has prompted the grounding of…