Federal Aviation Administration
Federal officials are launching a new pilot “geofencing” program for drones near wildfires.
The push for an independent air traffic control corporation is sausage-making at its finest.
Safe integration of drones into national airspace is one of the policy challenges of 2016.
The FAA has finished replacing a massive nearly $2.5 billion computer system.
The FAA's proposed rules take an overly cautious approach that could stifle innovation.
Conflict among crewmembers can cause distractions.
The testing sites will be a crucial step toward the commercial use of drones.
The legislation would increase FAA funding and decrease DOT funding.
When billions of dollars of regulatory costs are on the line, it's important to pay attention to "...
Congress avoided an important discussion on reforming U.S. aviation.
With a productive Congress, is the political winter finally giving way?
When rules stick around, agencies may choose the easy route and recycle them.
The flight ban had drawn criticism from both Americans and Israelis.