FAA

Skyward integrates updated LAANC

Latest generation of FAA’s LAANC introduces authorizations for drone flights at night and refined airspace grids for Skyward customers

Argentine Air Force participates in huge airlift exercise

The Argentine Air Force participated in a wide-ranging exercise from September 20 to October 6 to improve strategic airlift operations, utilising its newly acquired 737-700 transport aircraft, which was delivered in March this year, among other assets

Drone night flights authorised

A new authorisation has made it easier for United States-based pilots to operate their drones at night and in a wider range of locations

NASA Transfers Air Traffic Management Tool Updates to FAA

Sustainable aviation takes a great step forward with reduced fuel savings, reduced CO2 emissions and a new way of routing flights.

FAA provides $85m in funding to Alaskan Airports

The grants are set to be invested in safety structures and sustainability at the hubs

Denver passes annual operations inspection

Denver International Airport passed the examination with no discrepancies

Raytheon Intelligence & Space support FAA’s Standard Terminal Automation System

Raytheon Intelligence & Space was awarded $223 million to continue systems integration, sustainment and enhancement efforts for the FAA’s STARS program.

Virgin Galactic gets green light for passenger flights into space

The news comes at a critical time for owner Richard Branson, as he competes against Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin and Elon Musk's SpaceX projects

Skyward and the FAA test Cellular-Connected Drones

Skyward, A Verizon company, and the FAA have signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) to test cellular-connected drones.

FAA to give $8bn funding in airport rescue grants

The financial support is set to be used to help sustain employment within the industry as well as providing relief to retail and concession firms