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Airports in Northeast Hit With Delays Over Shutdown-Related Staffing Issues
The FAA attributed the temporary halt of flights at LaGuardia and delays in Newark, Philadelphia, and D.C. to a shortage of air traffic controllers.
A Flight-Safety Inspector Explains the Very Real Perils of the Shutdown
Airline inspectors are among the many government workers affected by the shutdown. Here’s how their absence from the job introduces real dangers.
U.S. Needs New FAA Head, Trump Generously Offers His Personal Pilot
President Trump has trusted John Dunkin to fly his jet since 1989, so obviously he should be on the short list to oversee civil aviation nationwide.
About That Airplane Part That Was Supposed to Solve the MH370 Mystery ...
It’s been a month since that flaperon washed up on the shore of the island of La Réunion.
British Airways Apologizes for Scaring Passengers
A voice on the intercom said the 747 was about to crash. It wasn’t.
eff the recession
First-Ever Hermès Helicopter Lands in the United Arab Emirates
It cost $6 million.