The House of Representatives has given the green light to legislation that allocates more funds for the Federal Aviation Administration. These funds will go toward hiring air traffic controllers and raising the mandatory retirement age for airline pilots. The measure, aiming to address delays and cancellations during peak travel times, scored a mostly bipartisan vote… Continue reading House Passes FAA Bill to Improve Air Travel Amidst Turbulent Challenges
Four major United States airlines will cut down on round trip service to New York this summer to curb flight delays. American Airlines, JetBlue, United Airlines and Delta Air Lines are facing a shortage of air traffic controllers. Expect to see flights at LaGuardia Airport, John F. Kennedy International Airport and Newark Liberty International Airport… Continue reading Airlines Will Cut New York Flights This Summer to Reduce Delays
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is investigating how two commercial planes nearly collided on the runway. The incident happened at John F. Kennedy International (JFK) Airport on Jan. 13, around 8:45 p.m. A Delta Air Lines pilot operating a Boeing 737 stopped takeoff when air traffic controllers noticed an American Airlines plane in the crossway.… Continue reading FAA Investigating How Two Planes Nearly Collided At JFK Airport
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is currently experiencing an outage that could cause massive flight disruptions nationwide. In the latest update from the FAA, the agency says departures are expected to resume at 9 a.m. ET at certain airports. Update 4: The FAA is making progress in restoring its Notice to Air Missions system following… Continue reading FAA Outage Could Cause Massive Flight Disruptions In U.S.