Keyword: Federal Aviation Administration
A new glitch in the 737 Max, JetBlue's plan to relocate its Houston operations and a number of new flights lead this week's air travel news. Here's what you need to know.
Sources familiar with the matter have said that the new setback could mean an extra one to three months before the plane returns to service. Here's the latest.
International regulators are meeting to discuss the aircraft’s return as controversy brews in the U.S. over investigations into the plane’s initial certification. Here’s the latest.
Security concerns in Iranian airspace and a number of new aircraft orders lead this week’s air travel news. Here's what you need to know.
Concerns over escalating tensions with Iran have prompted United to cancel its flight between Newark and Mumbai, which had flown through Iranian airspace. Here’s the latest.
Legislative Day is a members-only event within the broader ASTA Capitol Summit connecting travel industry leaders with members of Congress. Read more.
We’ve rounded up the airlines affected by the FAA order, and what affected customers can do. Take a look.
Two American Airlines flights between St. Croix and Miami, and one between St. Thomas and Miami, were serviced by the 737 Max aircraft. Here's the latest from the destination.
The two carriers are the latest to cease operating the aircraft following a deadly Ethiopian Airlines crash. Here’s the latest.
The House and Senate released a final agreement on Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) reauthorization legislation over the weekend. Here’s a look at what made it in – and what didn’t.