All posts tagged "FAA"
UK Police See Big Increase in Drunk Flier Arrests
Drinking and flying is its own problem.
The Curious Case of the “Incredible Shrinking Airline Seat”
Smaller seats could lead to new safety problems.
Where Are the Drones?: How Red Tape is Slowing Down Drone Delivery
Companies like Amazon are taking their fleet across the pond to test drone delivery
FAA: Samsung Note 7s are Now Banned on U.S. Flights
Bad news for passengers who won't have time to switch out their phones.
A Private Company Just Got the OK to Travel to Moon
This is a space first!
ICYMI: Best of the Week
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FAA Issues New Rules for Commercial Drones
The FAA hopes the regulations will generate 100,000 jobs over 10 years.
Does the TSA Really Keep You Safe?
Recent tests embarrass the TSA once again. Is current airport security effective?
Regulating the Innovative World of 3D Printing
3D printing may innovate all of our lives--but are there limits to what can be printed?
Looking Forward to Amazon Deliveries Via Drone? FAA Says Not So Fast
The FAA's latest regulations have thrown a wrench into Amazon's drone delivery plans.
Who Owns the Moon? Space Property Rights Are Nearing
As we move toward a commercial space industry, how will the laws evolve?
FAA Drone Rules Will Slow Amazon’s Prime Air Plans
The FAA has officially created restrictions for commercial drones.
FAA Allowing Companies to Call Dibs on the Moon
Interested in traveling to the moon? The U.S. took a step closer to that this week.