Politics have been playing a big part in the airline industry the last several years. But is political participation for the better or worse?
The Transportation Security Administration has agreed to fund a study of the health effects of its X-ray body scanners.
Delta Air Lines on Monday announced that it would refund federal taxes to customers on flights booked before the FAA shutdown.
The Federal Aviation Administration on Tuesday announced additional “stop work orders” throughout the nation for the second day, as Congress failed to pass legislation on Friday giving the FAA the authority necessary for work to continue.
The US Federal Aviation Administration will furlough nearly 4,000 workers as of midnight Friday night/Saturday morning as a reauthorization bill expires without a needed extension from Congress.
The US Department of Transportation on Thursday announced a tentative approval of a deal proposed by Delta Air Lines and US Airways to exchange landing and takeoff rights at airports in New York and Washington, DC — a deal originally blocked by regulators citing anti-competition concerns.
The Russian Comptroller’s Office on Wednesday informed that Energomash, an engineering corporation, was accused of selling rocket engines to the United States at half of the production cost.
The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration on Saturday announced it is prohibiting certain scheduling practices after yet another air traffic controller fell asleep while on duty.