United Airlines faced fresh backlash over a puppy that died in-flight, and the Department of Transportation said it was examining the events that led to the dog's death.
The FAA is planning to craft rules by this year to make it easier to identify drones and their pilots, a senior official said.
Jet-engine manufacturers shoot birds, including pheasants, into jet engines to make sure they're safe against bird strikes.
A new bill would overturn a federal requirement that airlines include all taxes in first mention of fares in ads, USA Today reports.
Doug Parker, American Airlines chairman & CEO, weighs in on privatizing air traffic control versus keeping it under the control of the Federal Aviation Administration.
The US is falling behind other countries like Canada in air travel technology, Gina Chon & Lauren Silva Laughlin write in Breakingviews.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports the highlights of a meeting of airline industry CEOs and President Donald Trump at the White House.
At a meeting with airline industry CEOs at the White House, President Donald Trump speaks about regulations, air traffic control and airport infrastructure.
Elaine Chao, Trump's Transportation secretary pick, has expressed openness to privatizing parts of federal programs, Recode reports.
American Airlines Flight 383 aborted takeoff from Chicago's O'Hare International Airport, the FAA said.
The change comes as X has struggled to get products out the door, including Google's famed self-driving car program, Recode reports.
Hillary Clinton's tech plans will do nothing to help resolve the big issues tech companies would like the next administration tackle, says investor.
Long-haul flights are a competitive space, amd its unlikely that Garuda Indonesia will benefit from flying to the U.S., says Maybank's Mohshin Aziz.
Billionaire Naveen Jain reveals how his start-ups — BlueDot and Moon Express — will help humanity and revolutionize space exploration.
Sergey Petrossov, JetSmarter CEO and Founder, talks about his private travel company that offers unlimited private jet flights...for a price.
The FAA is mulling changing proposed regulations for drones, and big tech will have its say.
Hundreds of thousands of drone operators could now face hefty fines, or even jail, for failing to register their aircraft.
Congressman Carlos Curbelo has co-sponsored a bill to reform the FAA that he says will make air travel safer and more efficient.
Drug traffickers and other criminals are hacking into drones — a crime predicted to rise, putting ordinary hobbyists and children at risk.
The FAA opened a registry for consumer drones a month ago, but whether it will make drone flights safer is debatable.