Aviation and Wireless Industries Clash Over Looming 5G C-band Changes

The U.S. aviation community is concerned about next month’s FCC repurposing of a frequency band used by safety-critical radio (radar) altimeters.
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Ten Cool Things We Learned at FLYING’s Virtual Event

What’s next in general aviation? Some of the industry’s top leaders and innovators share their inside views on what’s ahead.
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Companies to Pair to Develop ‘World’s Largest Zero-Emissions Commercial Aircraft’

Alaska Airlines’ parent company and ZeroAvia working on experimental, retrofitted De Havilland Q400 with 76 seats and a 500-mile range.
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NASA: Artemis I Launch Window Opens in Late February

Mission managers offer new details about the first U.S. moon mission in decades.
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How Much Will It Cost to Fly on eVTOL Air Taxis?

Electric vertical takeoff and landing aircraft are years away from entering service, but the discussion is already under way about passenger prices.
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Chinese Drone Maker DJI Faces More U.S. Restrictions

FCC commissioner wants to blacklist the best-selling drone builder in the U.S., saying it poses a national security risk.
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First Scheduled U.S. Airline Launches Drone Delivery Business

Mesa Air Group and drone pioneer Flirtey start a drone airline for food deliveries.
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Police: Ex-Employee Hacked Flight School Computer

Melbourne, Florida, school may have unknowingly flown seven unairworthy flights as a result of the hack.
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$230M Venture Capital Fund Targets Electric Air Mobility

UP.Partners aims to tap into dynamic changes in electric air transportation across logistics and supply chain management.
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Ex-Boeing 737 Max Chief Pilot Indicted for Fraud

Federal indictment accuses Mark Forkner of deceiving the FAA and committing fraud to help Boeing gain tens of millions of dollars.
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