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United Gets FAA Green Light to Again Certify Aircraft, Add…

United can once ramp up the certification of aircraft and add new routes after a nearly two-month-long FAA-mandated pause due to safety concerns. In an internal memo, the Chicago-based carrier announced that the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is lifting restrictions…

United Postpones Launch of Two New Routes Amid Increased FAA…

United says it is delaying the launch of two new international routes due to increased Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) oversight. The affected routes include Tokyo to Cebu, originally scheduled for July 31, and Newark to Faro, which was slated to…

NTSB Chair Calls Out Sensationalized Aviation Headlines

Amid a flurry of recent headlines around commercial aviation incidents, NTSB Chair Jennifer Homendy is speaking out. "I’ve seen a lot of sensationalism around aviation lately," she said in a recent Tweet. The last few weeks have seen an uptick…

Finnair Starts Weighing Passengers For Accurate Balance Calculations

Finnish airline Finnair has launched a unique initiative to ensure safe and efficient takeoffs by voluntarily weighing passengers and their carry-on luggage. Currently underway at Helsinki Airport, this program aims to gather accurate data on passenger weights for improved aircraft…

Green Laser Incidents Continue Near Boston

The aviation community is currently grappling with a series of perplexing and potentially hazardous events that have unfolded near Boston. Over a short period of 24 hours, commercial flights from Alaska, JetBlue, and Delta reported incidents where green lasers were…