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Multiple Airlines Grounded by ‘Systemwide’ Computer Glitches

JetBlue, Delta, United, American, Southwest, and Alaska Airlines all reportedly experienced “systemwide outages” across multiple U.S. airports, Monday, which led to the grounding of flights. The FAA has said a flight planning weight and balance program used by the airlines caused the outages.

Southwest Airlines jets grounded

U.S. Warns Airlines Against Using Iranian Airspace

The United States issued a fresh warning on Sunday about the risks of using Iranian airspace, claiming military activity there may put civilian and commercial aircraft in danger. 

Syrian air defences engage 'enemy target': state media

MoonEx Set to Begin Moon Mining in 2017

Moon Express, the first commercial company to win Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) approval to travel beyond Earth’s orbit, announced that it has raised enough money for its first launch later this year to begin mining on the moon.

Our Solar System is thought to have formed 4,567 billion years ago, followed by the Moon about 100 million years later

Amazon to Add 100,000 Employees for Automated Market

Despite CEO Jeff Bezos’s political battles with President-elect Donald Trump, Amazon is going all-in by pledging to hire 100,000 U.S. employees with full benefits to launch its fully-automated grocery markets, which are expected to offer drone delivery services.

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Connecticut: Crash Survivor Says Co-Pilot May Have Intentionally Tanked Plane

On Tuesday afternoon, a twin-engine Piper PA-34 Seneca crashed into a utility pole in East Hartford, Connecticut, close to the corporate headquarters of jet engine manufacturer Pratt & Whitney. One of the two people on board was killed in the crash. The survivor has reportedly stated that the crash was not accidental.

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Counter-Drone Wars Begin as Drones Spread Nationwide

With the global annual market for commercial drone applications growing from about $2 billion this year to an estimated $127 billion by 2020, the counter-drone wars are also heating up.

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Drunk Pilot Flew Twice On West Coast

Federal authorities arrested 60-year-old retired pilot David Arnston on Wednesday on allegations that he piloted a plane while drunk in June 2014.

Alaska Airlines (Elaine Thompson / Associated Press)

Federal Grinch Ruining Christmas Drone Gifts

Those thinking of purchasing a drone for Christmas, either for themselves or others, may want to take a close look at the rules instituted by the FAA for flying drones.

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No-Fly Zone over Part of L.A.–for 3 Months

On Thursday, the FAA temporarily banned flights below 2000 feet over the northwest San Fernando Valley. The no-fly zone was imposed because of a fear that flights could ignite a gas leak initially discovered in October over Porter Ranch.

Porter Ranch (David McNew / Getty)

The FAA Wants All Drone Pilots ‘Registered’

The FAA released a series of rcommended drone regulations on Monday, just in time for Christmas. The documents list requirements and safety rules for drone pilots, a set of proposed guidelines that after a variety of drone-related accidents and problems have been

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FAA to Announce Registration Rules for Recreational Drones

With a constant string of near misses in airports across the nation and conflicts between neighbors over allegations of spying, federal regulators have been reviewing possible rules for privately owned, recreational unmanned aerial vehicles, often called drones. Now regulators have announced plans to force owners to register their devices with the federal government.

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