Federal Aviation Administration
Congresswoman Maxine Waters says an $8 million federal grant has been awarded to the city of Inglewood to soundproof about 200 buildings in the flight path at Los Angeles International Airport.
Los Angeles International Airport is the second busiest airport in the country. But it is second to none in close calls with drones.
On Thursday, the FAA issued an experimental airworthiness certificate to the company’s unmanned aircraft design, which will be used for research, development and crew training.
The proposal arrives as companies such as Amazon continue to develop a drone delivery system and smaller businesses, in industries like filmmaking and real estate, hope to give their projects an aerial view.
The roar of planes coming in and out of Los Angeles International Airport may become more of a dull rumble for Inglewood residents now that the city has received federal money to soundproof homes.
The FAA has granted a Southern California company the first permission for commercial drone flights over land.
A Federal Aviation Administration spokesman says a United Airlines flight from San Francisco to San Diego diverted to Los Angeles International Airport because of an engine issue.
An American Airlines flight from Los Angeles International Airport to Honolulu has landed safely back at LA after reporting engine trouble.
A small plane that lost its nose wheel in flight has landed safely at a Southern California airport.
The city of Santa Monica and the Federal Aviation Administration are still at odds over the Santa Monica Airport.
The Cessna single-engine 172 went down Sunday afternoon in the 10300 block of N. San Fernando Road, just across the street from Whiteman Airport.
In a suit filed today against the U.S. government and the FAA, Santa Monica is asking a court to give it clear title.
Many aviation investigators take part in the analysis and prevention of plane crashes. A large number of them use knowledge and skills taught through training here in Los Angeles.
The federal government grounded Boeing’s newest and most technologically advanced jetliner Wednesday, declaring that U.S. airlines cannot fly the 787 again until the risk of battery fires is addressed.
California pilots are being asked to make way for the space shuttle Endeavour’s farewell tour.