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The Administrative State and Aircraft Safety

Nebraska Energy Observer by NEO The US was the very last to ground the 737 Max 8 and 9. Why? Deion A. Kathawa writing in American Greatnesshas some idea. [T]he sprawling, unaccountable administrative state is strangling America and killing common sense. The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) refused this week to join ...
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Court of Appeals Smacks Down FAA Drone Registry Requirement.

Of course, that battle is not over but while the media was distracting everyone with the fake Russian/Trump news, the U. S. Court of Appeals ruled against the FAA’s drone database and requirements. Tech Crunch by Brian Heater The FAA’s drone database hit a major snag this week, courtesy ...
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Amid lawsuits and confusion, FAA touts drone database as success

  Another example of government regulating everything under the sun and then pushing forth a phony narrative to hold up its draconian regulations. Watchdog.org by Josh Peterson The Federal Aviation Administration has boldly declared its drone registry a success, even as hobbyists caught up in the new regulations complain that ...
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Methane leak in California a ‘major catastrophe’

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Conservative Read by Chris About 42 kilometres from Los Angeles, above the houses nestled in the mountains of Porter Ranch, Calif., a plume of methane is shooting into the sky. The cloud is invisible but it stretches for kilometres, as though a forest fire has been continually burning for months. All ...
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FAA Creates Drone Registry; Database Containing Names, Addresses Open to Public

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has passed in time for the Christmas season regulations that require the registry of all drones weighing between 0.55 to 50 pounds. The name and address of the drones owners will go into a database (what else is new), information of which will be ...
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FAA, EASA Lifts Flight Restrictions to and from Israel

Aerial View of Ben Gurion International Airport, Tel Aviv. Image: Wikipedia. Creative Commons.
  The FAA has lifted its ridiculous ban on U S airline flights to and from Ben Gurion International Airport, Tel Aviv, Israel.  See The Jerusalem Post Europe has also canceled its restriction in and out of Israel as well. LINKS: http://www.jpost.com/Breaking-News/FAA-lifts-flight-ban-to-Tel-Aviv-368704 http://www.jpost.com/Breaking-News/European-airlines-cleared-to-resume-flights-to-Israel-368757 ...
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United States Halts Flights to and from Israel (UPDATED)

Aerial View of Ben Gurion International Airport, Tel Aviv. Image: Wikipedia. Creative Commons.
UPDATE: Pursuant to reports from Israel National News, United Airlines who reported earlier their intent to continue business as usual has now suspended their flights in and out of Israel. The United States, FAA, has placed a 24-hour ban on flights to and from Israel. The American Federal Aviation ...
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Spoiler Alert: FAA Grounds Valentine’s Flower Delivery Drone

  CBS Detroit COMMERCE TWP. (WWJ) – A Commerce Township floral delivery company says the Federal Aviation Administration has grounded its experiment in delivering flowers by unmanned mini-helicopter. FlowerDeliveryExpress.com said the FAA has informed them that commercial drone use is only allowed on a pre-authorized, case-by-case basis — and ...
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