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.
FAA Rules Out Mandatory Psychological Testing For PilotsThe Federal Aviation Administration has ruled out requiring psychological testing for airline pilots.
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.
Walmart Wants To Use Drones For Home Delivery, Pickup Add Walmart to the list of retailers that want to drop off your packages, literally -- using drones.
SFO Dodges #Flypocolypse As Computer Glitch Causes Hundreds Of Flight Delays, Cancellations In NortheastAir traffic was snarled and passengers' tempers frayed on Saturday as many flights to and from airports throughout a large swath of the Northeast were delayed or cancelled.
Tired Air Traffic Controllers Making Skies Less Safe, According To Newly-Released FAA StudyAir traffic controllers’ work schedules often lead to chronic fatigue, making them less alert and endangering the safety of the national air traffic system, according to a study the government kept secret for years.
Glitch Grounds All U.S. United Continental FlightsAll United Continental flights in the U.S. have been grounded due to computer problems.
New SFO Traffic Flow Creating Headaches For Some Palo Alto ResidentsPeople on the Peninsula have noticed planes flying overhead for years, but because of new FAA satellite technology, say it's gotten worse.
U.S. Airways Name To Disappear In FAA-Approved Merger With American AirlinesThe Federal Aviation Administration authorized American Airlines and U.S. Airways to operate as a single carrier on Wednesday.
FAA May Target Drone Pilots Who Upload Videos To YouTubeIf you fly a drone and post the aerial footage on YouTube, you could get a warning from the Federal Aviation Administration.
FAA Campaign Urges New Drone Owners To Fly Safely This Holiday SeasonWith drones becoming popular gifts, the sky over the Bay Area may get much more crowded this Christmas. A new campaign has been launched to make sure the new aircraft are flown safely.