FAA Ensuring Safe Public Charter Flights, Exploring Future Solutions for All Flyers

WASHINGTON - The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is announcing today plans to take two actions to address public charter flights, which have rapidly expanded in frequency and complexity in recent years. Some services appear to operate like scheduled airlines but under less-rigorous safety regulations – a fact that oftentimes is not transparent to the flying public.


Striving for Zero Serious Close Calls on the Nation’s Runways During One of the Busiest Summers in Years

WASHINGTON — As part of the comprehensive effort to end serious close calls, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is working with airports across the nation to reduce the risk of vehicle and pedestrian deviations on the airfield as travel picks up this summer. 


FAA and EASA Pledge Strong Cooperation to Address Aviation Challenges of the Next Decade

WASHINGTON – The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) have pledged to work together to meet the challenges of a fast-changing and evolving aviation industry and the increasing speed of development of future technologies. Leaders from the FAA and EASA discussed the renewed commitment at the 2024 International Aviation Safety Conference. 


Unruly Passenger Cases Continue to Rise as Summer Travel Begins

As summer travel heats up, the FAA is cracking down on unruly passengers to make sure the skies are safe for everyone.


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