NTSB Cites Blade Separation in Electric Aircraft Accident

Joby supplied video of the event for the investigation.
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U.S. Senate Has Until Early March to Finalize FAA Reauthorization Bill

The legislation offers a chance to improve flight training by increasing loggable simulator hours.
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FAA Reauthorization Deadline Extended (Again) to March

The House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee passed a second extension of FAA authorization as lawmakers quibble over a contentious bill.
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GAMA Hosts Pre-Brief on Life After EPA’s Ruling on Leaded Aviation Fuel

The agency is expected to issue an endangerment finding in the near future.
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Deadly Siege Marks Hamas’ Effective Use of Combat Drone Swarm 

Both Israel and Hamas have deployed drones but are using them in different ways—and with different results.
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NTSB Cites Critical Flight Control Failure in Fatal Floatplane Accident

The agency links the crash to the actuator for the elevator becoming disconnected from a control linkage.
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Airshare Quadruples Fleet in Deal for Wheels Up Private Management Business

The private aviation services provider, which counts NFL star quarterback Patrick Mahomes as a customer, snapped up 90 aircraft and 300 personnel from ...
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FAA Suspects Nearly 5,000 Pilots Concealing Medical Issues to Keep Flying

The agency is investigating some 4,800 former military pilots who now fly for Part 121 passenger and air cargo operators, among others.
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Delta, Others Invest $500M in Wheels Up Bailout

Short-term capital infusion is expected to help cash-strapped, on-demand private aviation firm avoid bankruptcy.
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Stuffy the Kitty Makes It Home

Social media and perseverance prevail in locating the child owner of a toy cat lost at Oshkosh.
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