Tag: FAA

NEW QUESTIONS RISE ABOUT HELICOPTER COMPANY IN KOBE BRYANT CRASH WHILE LOS ANGELES PAYS TRIBUTE TO A LEGEND

Kobe Bryant

LOS ANGELES – Although Ara Zobayan – the pilot flying the helicopter that tragically crashed last Sunday – was certified to fly by instrument with low to no visibility, the helicopter charter company Island Express Helicopters was not, sources close to the investigation told NBC News. The helicopter flew while LAPD helicopters were all grounded,

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SMALL PLANE CRASHES INTO HOME IN MARYLAND KILLING 1 PERSON

Plane crashes into home in Maryland

LANHAM, MARYLAND – One person was killed on Sunday after a small plane crashed into two homes in Lanham, Maryland, about three miles south of the College Park Airport, FAA spokesman Jim Peters told CNN. The pilot was killed in the accident. He was the only person on board the small aircraft – a Grumman

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THE BOEING 737 MAX WILL FLY AGAIN THIS SUMMER

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SEATTLE – The Boeing 737 MAX will probably fly again in August this Summer. According to the Seattle Times, the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) will give permission at the end of May to put the grounded 737 MAX back into service. Due to 2 fatal accidents with the Boeing 737 MAX, the aircraft type was

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