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Boeing liabilities could grow with grounding of Max fleet

by Jack Stewart Mar 14, 2019
The entire fleet remains grounded in the U.S.
Tails of Boeing 737 aircraft are pictured at Boeing Field, on March 16, 2018 in Seattle, Washington.
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With swift decision on Boeing 737s, China hopes to lead

by Scott Tong Mar 14, 2019
China's swift move to ground its Boeing 737 Max fleet suggests it is eager to be seen as a world leader on regulation and safety standards.
A Boeing 737 MAX 8 for China Southern Airlines (front) is pictured at the Boeing Renton Factory in Renton, Washington on March 12, 2019. 
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Pressure mounts on FAA to ground Boeing 737 Max 8s

by Marketplace Staff Mar 12, 2019
"It's the rest of the world against the FAA right now," said Jon Ostrower, editor-in-chief of The Air Current.
Southwest Airlines.
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Critics of FAA reauthorization bill say it fails to address major upgrades to air traffic control system

by Renata Sago Sep 19, 2018
Congress has pushed off deadlines for the reauthorization bill, but the next one is at the end of September.
A jet makes an evening landing June 21, 2001 at Los Angeles International Airport. 
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One Seattle neighborhood is fighting airplane noise

by Eilís O'Neill Feb 16, 2018
The planes are so loud in this Seattle neighborhood some residents say it feels like a war zone. They want the federal government to do something about it.
María Batayola.
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House plans vote as deadline looms for FAA reauthorization

by Kimberly Adams Sep 11, 2017
One of the looming deadlines for Congress this month is re-authorizing funding for the Federal Aviation Administration. A House vote on that is scheduled this week. Competing funding bills in the House and Senate address things like commercial drones, navigation…

Trump tries to shift attention to FAA breakup and privatization

by Adam Allington Jun 5, 2017
With the looming congressional testimony of former FBI Director James Comey later this week, the White House is hoping to give Americans something else to focus on —infrastructure. Speaking from the Rose Garden earlier today, President Trump announced a proposal…

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Trump plan to privatize the FAA faces familiar foes

by Adam Allington Apr 13, 2017
Opponents say small, rural airports and towns would be hurt economically.
The president supports a privatization bill introduced by Republican Rep. Bill Shuster last year, but it stalled amid pushback from lawmakers and some businesses.
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Drones rule: FAA makes commercial drones legit

by Gigi Douban Aug 29, 2016
Regulations governing commercial drone use take effect Monday.
A drone is flown for recreational purposes in the sky above Old Bethpage, New York.
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How soon will it be a drone world?

by Andy Uhler Feb 29, 2016
The FAA may reverse itself and allow commercial drone flights over populated area.
A DJI employee demonstrates flying a drone at CES 2016 at the Las Vegas Convention Center on January 7, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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