Peninsula Residents Tired Of Noisy SFO Flight Paths, Seek FAA ChangesBay Area neighborhoods are fed up with planes constantly flying over their homes.
FAA Warns Airline Passengers To Not Use Samsung Note 7 Over Fire RiskThe FAA took the extraordinary step late Thursday of warning airline passengers not to turn on or charge a new-model Samsung smartphone during flights.
New FAA Rules On Small Commercial Drones Go Into EffectThere will be 600,000 commercial drone aircraft operating in the U.S. within the year as the result of new safety rules that opened the skies to them on Monday.
SFO Noise Complaints Skyrocket After Flight Paths ChangedAcross the Bay Area, many residents feel their peace and quiet has been ruined after flight paths were altered at San Francisco International Airport.
Menlo Park Fire Department Gets OK To Fly DronesAfter recently receiving FAA approval to fly drones, the Menlo Park fire agency plans to pioneer the process for their use in responding to fires and other emergencies.
FAA Approves Routine Commercial Use Of DronesThe FAA approved routine commercial use of small drones Tuesday. The new rules could go into effect by mid-August.
Support Grows For Commercial Drone Flights Over Populated Areas A government-sponsored committee is recommending standards that could clear the way for commercial drone flights over populated areas.
States Enlist Drones As Airborne Inspectors For Transportation ProjectsState transportation departments are increasingly studying the use of drones for everything from inspecting bridges to clearing car accidents.
Video: FAA Will Enforce 32-Mile Wide No Drone Zone At Super Bowl 50The FAA has created a video to convince folks to leave their drones at home at this Sunday's Super Bowl game at Levis Stadium, in Santa Clara.
Pilots Warned To Keep Drones Out Of East Bay ParksWith many drones expected as Christmas gifts, the East Bay Regional Park District is reminding people that flying them on park property could ground the pilot with a hefty fine.
FAA Mandatory Drone Registration Goes Into EffectCurrent drone owners, along with those who will receive them as Christmas gifts, are now required to register their aircraft with the Federal Aviation Administration.
FAA Requiring Most Drones To Be Registered And MarkedThe Federal Aviation Administration announced the requirement Monday in response to increasing reports of drones flying near manned aircraft and airports.