Federal Aviation Administration

European regulator extends temporary-freighter exception into 2022

By Damian Brett

The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has extended rules allowing airlines use passenger aircraft as temporary freighters into next…

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FAA grounds Hawaii B737 freighter crash operator Rhoades Aviation

The operator of the B737-200 freighter that crashed off the coast of Honolulu has been grounded by the US Federal…

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US extends cargo-in-the-cabin exemption

By Damian Brett

The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has extended the exemption allowing airlines to carry cargo in the cabin of aircraft….

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US airlines set to boost cargo capacity with PAX seat removals

By Damian Brett

US airlines could soon be set to be able to remove seats from passenger aircraft in order to boost their…

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Boeing fined $3.9m for ‘installing faulty parts on 133 aircraft’

By Rachelle Harry

The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has issued Boeing a penalty fine of $3,916,871 for allegedly installing faulty slat tracks…

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Lufthansa hit with $6.4m fine from US FAA

By Rachelle Harry

Lufthansa has been issued a $6,428,000 penalty fine by the US Department of Transportation’s Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for “allegedly…

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FAA promises money for US airport improvements

The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has confirmed the allocation of $840m in airport infrastructure grants, US Department of Transportation…

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