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- 1. FAA Grounds U.S.-Registered Boeing 787 Dreamliners
The FAA has issued an emergency airworthiness directive (AD) to address a potential battery fire risk in the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, and requires operators to temporarily cease operations. Before further flights are permitted by the FAA, operators of U.S.-registered, Boeing 787 aircraft must demonstrate to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) that the batteries are safe.
- 2. Airbus A330-800 Receives Type Certification from EASA and FAA
The Airbus A330-800 has received joint Type Certification from the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). The aircraftís certification flight-test campaign was performed by aircraft MSN1888, which completed the programme in 370 flight test hours and 132 flights since its first flight in November 2018.
- 3. SITA Steps Closer to FAA Nextgen with USA VDL Coverage
SITA Steps Closer to FAA Nextgen with USA VDL Coverage. Airlines in the United States can now avail of coast-to-coast coverage of the ICAO VHF Digital Link Mode 2 service (VDL Mode 2). This service will be required by the Federal Aviation Administrationís (FAA) NextGen Data Comm program and marks the completion of a significant upgrade to the SITA US aircraft communications network
- 4. FAA Grants Indonesia Category 1 Rating
The U.S. Department of Transportationís Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has announced that Indonesia complies with International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) safety standards and has been granted a Category 1 rating. The FAA first assessed Indonesia's civil aviation authority in September 1997 and found it in compliance with ICAO standards and then lowered the rating fr
- 5. SITA, JDA and Intelex Join Forces as FAA Safety Mandate Nears
SITA, JDA and Intelex have joined forces to offer SITA AirportSafety Management an integrated safety management system (SMS) solution to meet the proposed Federal Aviation Administrationís (FAA) Part 139 SMS rule due later this year. The FAA rule will affect more than 540 commercial airports in the United States.
- 6. FAA Approves Airbus A350-900 for ETOPS Beyond 180 Minutes
The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has approved the Airbus A350-900 for ETOPS (Extended-range Twin engine aircraft Operations) beyond 180 minutes diversion time. This approval means that when the first FAA-affiliated operators start to take delivery of their A350s in 2017 they will be able to serve new direct non-limiting routings, compared with a standard 180-minute ETOP
- 7. FAA Gives Green Light for Boeing to Test Improvements to 787's Battery System
Boeing has received approval from the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) of the company's plan to test and certify improvements to the 787's battery system. Successful completion of each step within the plan will result in the FAA's approval to resume commercial 787 flights.
- 8. DIA to Participate in FAA Pilot Program to Develop Sustainability Management Plan
DIA to Participate in FAA Pilot Program to Develop Sustainability Management Plan. The Federal Aviation Administration has awarded Denver International Airport four grants Ė totaling more than $5.6 million Ė for airport improvement projects. DIA will use these funds for taxiway rehabilitation, construction of a deicing containment facility, data collection for the FAAís Airport Geo
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