FAA Reauthorization Bill Passes Senate Committee

The legislation would fund the agency through 2028.
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Archer Aviation Receives Part 145 Repair Station Certificate from FAA

The company is now authorized to perform certain maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) services for its flagship aircraft.
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The FAA’s Plan to Stop Drones from Spoiling the Super Bowl

We dive into that, Airbus' Italian air taxi ambitions, EHang's low price tag, and plenty more in this week's Future of FLYING newsletter.
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Electric Air Taxi Manufacturer Joby Aviation Obtains Part 145 Certificate

The company will initially perform select maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) services, expanding these following type certification of its electric air taxi.
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FAA Anticipates Permanent Inspector Deployment at Boeing, Spirit AeroSystems

Administrator updates lawmakers on the Alaska Airlines incident and receives grilling over pilot retirement legislation.
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Archer Begins Building Electric Air Taxis for FAA Certification

The aircraft will be evaluated in for-credit testing with the regulator, a crucial step in type certification for a new design.
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NTSB Reports No Bolts in Blown Out 737 Max Door

The airliner flew missing critical parts.
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Virgin Galactic Grounded after Alignment Pin Detaches

The FAA confirmed it opened a mishap investigation and no public injuries or damage had been reported.
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Could One Pilot’s Mistake Deter Rogue Drones at the Super Bowl?

The FAA has announced temporary flight restrictions in Las Vegas, the site of Super Bowl LVIII, for the big game and the week ...
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A Primer on Pilot Certificate Conversions

When flying abroad, you have options to explore by air if you obtain the privilege.
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