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Transport Secretary Buttigieg Presents FAA Funding Request for 2025

U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg today held a briefing alongside FAA Administrator Mike Whitaker to discuss the Biden administration's funding request for the FAA in fiscal year 2025.


FAA to Implement Final Manufacturing Rules for Greener Aircraft

The FAA recently announced its final rules to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from most large aircraft in U.S. airspace.

Boeing Industry Safety

FAA Adds Boeing 787 Jets to Anti-Ice System Concerns

The Federal Aviation Administration has raised new concerns about the anti-ice systems on Boeing 787 jets.

Future Flight

FAA Grants Joby Aviation Part 145 Maintenance Certificate

The FAA has granted Joby Aviation a Part 145 Repair Station Certificate, enabling the company to carry out maintenance tasks on its eVTOL aircraft.

Boeing Industry Safety

Boeing, the FAA, and Ensuring Public Safety

Boeing cannot help but agree with the FAA's decision to limit the expansion of the 737 MAX production for the sake of public welfare.

Airlines Boeing Safety

United Receives FAA Approval to Return Boeing 737-9 Fleet to Service

United Airlines has announced that it has received final approval from the FAA to resume operations of its fleet of 79 Boeing 737-9 aircraft.

Boeing Industry Safety

FAA Expands Inspections for Boeing 737-900ER Door Plugs

The FAA has advised operators of Boeing 737-900ER aircraft to visually inspect the mid-exit door plugs to ensure they are properly secured.

Boeing Safety

FAA Updates on the Grounding of Boeing 737-9 Aircraft

The FAA is expanding its investigation amid the grounding of the Boeing 737-9 to include manufacturing practices and production lines at Boeing and subcontractor Spirit AeroSystems.

Boeing Industry

FAA Increases Boeing Production, Manufacturing Oversight

The FAA has announced new measures to increase oversight of Boeing's production and manufacturing processes.

Boeing Industry Safety

FAA Investigates Boeing for Noncompliance with Safety Standards

The FAA has officially launched an investigation into the in-service incident involving the Alaska Airlines Boeing 737-9 N704AL aircraft.

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