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"Certified to operate in Virginia by chef MONEY News, A 25 and 55, the head of the Federal Aviation Administration, is expressing absolute confidence in the Boeing 7 37 Max. But in testimony before a House subcommittee, FAA administrator Stephen Dixon gave no date for when the roughly 100 grounded Max jets might be approved to fly again. Airlines that owned the planes are waiting for Boeing to fix a production flaw involving improper electrical grounding of some of its components. Jobs in the I T industry typically pay well and Jeff play Boss says I t professionals around here have plenty to pick from us employers at a 50,000 I t jobs in March, but there are currently 307,000 I t job openings. Great group company, TIA says the D C region trails on Lee New York for the current number of I T job openings about 17,000 of them more than even San Francisco, San Jose, Boston or Los Angeles Technical Service Service companies lead for I T job openings, But other industries with the most include retail, health care and education. Wall Street said. For more losses at the opening bell continue a selloff fueled by inflation fears and Wednesday trading..
FAA Seeks Fines Against More Misbehaving Airline Passengers
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the FAA seeks fines against the miss behaving airline passengers in the continuing crackdown on the surge of incidents involving unruly passengers the Federal Aviation Administration is pursuing civil penalties against two more passengers for interfering with airline crews the FAA says it will seek fines of ten thousand five hundred dollars and nine thousand dollars respectively against two passengers who caused disruptions on separate jet blue Airways flights one in December the other in March in January the FAA announced a zero tolerance stance against unruly passengers the agency says so far this year it has received thirteen hundred complaints from airlines about disruptive passengers might cross yet Washington
Airlines Waiting for Word From Boeing on Fixing Max Planes
"More than one hundred new Boeing seven thirty seven MAX jetliners remain grounded because of problems detected with some electrical components the federal aviation administration's told your lines that it's working with Boeing to fully identify and address a problem detected with electrical grounding in a backup power control unit and the FAA says additional testing shows the issue could involve additional systems the problem was first reported in early April discovered a new jets still on the assembly line an official with Southwest Airlines Boeing's biggest customer says half of its sixty four MAX jets are still out of service and it's frustrating because the jets have only been in use since March after the first grounding that followed two deadly crashes linked to the automated flight control systems hi Jackie Quinn
Washington DC attorney general urges FAA to change airport-noise policy
"DC's attorney general is concerned about the impact aircraft noise is having on city residents who live near Reagan National Airport. Carly Scene is asking the Federal Aviation Administration to update its aircraft noise policy, and he wants it to do a more consistent job of applying that. Racine says the FAA is current noise policy is based on a 19 seventies model that's outdated, he says. Flight paths in and out of Reagan national were changed in 2015 before federally required studies were
FAA seeks $27,500 from passenger it says struck flight attendant
"A hefty fine for a passenger who allegedly assaulted a flight attendant. Over a mask. A $27,500 fine is being proposed by the Federal Aviation Administration for passenger it says, yelled Curse words and struck a flight attendant under the eye. That person was traveling with a man who refused to wear his mask or seatbelt or secure his tray table on the Delta Airlines flight from Miami to Atlanta On October 19th. The crew returned the flight to the gate and the FAA says when the flight attendants asked you two to get off the flight, that's when one became combative. The FAA did not identify the passenger. Your little
FAA seeks $27,500 from passenger it says struck flight attendant
"Fine for a passenger who allegedly assaulted a flight attendant over a mask. A $27,500 fine is being proposed by the Federal Aviation Administration for passenger it says, yelled Curse words and struck a flight attendant under the eye. That person was traveling with a man who refused to wear his mask or seatbelt or secure his tray table on the Delta Airlines flight from Miami to Atlanta on October night. Teen, The crew returned the flight to the gate and the FAA says when the flight attendants asked the two to get off the flight. That's when one became combative. The FAA did not identify the passenger liner.
Boeing Moved to Fix 777 Engine Covers Before Failures
"To federal aviation administration's grounded dozens of boeing seven seven seven passenger jets after an engine failure united airlines flight. Saturday nearly lead to disaster. The national transportation safety board says a preliminary investigation found the engine manufactured by pratt and whitney showed signs of metal fatigue. This follows two. Fatal crashes of boeing seven thirty-seven. Max jets ethiopian nisha. That killed all three hundred. Forty six people on for
Federal watchdog blasts FAA over certification of Boeing jet
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a federal watchdog blasts the FAA over its certification of the Boeing seven thirty seven Max the transportation department's inspector general has issued a report criticizing the federal aviation administration's oversight process for approving new aircraft in a report released Wednesday the inspector general issued fourteen recommendations to restore confidence in FAA certification process the report focused on the FAA's approval of the Boeing seven thirty seven Max before crashes in Indonesia and Ethiopia in which three hundred forty six people were killed the report highlighted the FAA's policy of relying on aircraft manufacturers to perform key safety assessments the FAA said it agrees with the recommendations Mike Crossey up Washington
FAA grounds certain planes after engine failure over Denver
"The federal aviation administration's ordered the grounding of all Boeing jets that have the type of engine that blew apart after take off from Denver this past weekend the FAA is requiring that jets equipped with a certain model of the Pratt and Whitney PW four thousand engine not fly until they can be inspected for stress cracks the directive comes after the national transportation safety board said a fractured fan blade found in the engine of the seven seventy seven that had to make an emergency landing had visible signs of damage consistent with metal fatigue the grounding primarily affects United Airlines which says it already voluntarily remove twenty four of its jets from service it was United flight from Denver to Honolulu Saturday that had to make an emergency landing soon after takeoff because pieces of an engine's casing rain down on neighborhoods below Jackie Quinn Washington
United grounds Boeing 777 aircraft following engine failure; FAA narrows investigation
"United Airlines is taking 24 Boeing triple Seven planes out of service temporarily as the Federal Aviation Administration orders inspections after a flight had to make an emergency landing at the Denver airport this weekend. Because of engine failure. Debris fell on the neighborhood near the airport. No one was injured. The FAA and the NTSB are
United flight from Denver has engine failure, drops debris on neighborhoods
"Now United Airlines passenger jet dropped to breathe this weekend. The plane suffered an engine failure is Colorado Public Radio's clear. Cleveland reports. United flight 3 28 had just taken off from Denver International Airport for Honolulu when the failure occurred. People reported hearing an explosion. John pull heard the noise while he was standing in his kitchen. So I looked up, see if I could see any claims. And I saw this twin jet airliner trying to get that moment, too. I just noticed it was smoking out of that right side. It was remarkable. In Broomfield, northwest of Denver, plane debris fell over a neighborhood and a park. The plane safely returned to the airport, and no injuries have been reported. The Federal Aviation Administration and National Transportation Safety Board will investigate the incident for
United Boeing 777 suffers engine failure after takeoff from Denver, debris found but no injuries
"A the Federal Aviation Administration says a plane that dropped debris onto Colorado neighborhoods this afternoon was able to land safely. Denver International Airport. They say the Boeing 7 77 200 run by United Airlines was experiencing a right engine failure shortly after takeoff. The passengers were all able to get off. And were bused to the terminal. No injuries were reported. They added that they are aware of that fallen
United flight from Denver has engine failure, drops debris on neighborhoods
"The Federal Aviation Administration says that the plane that dropped to Brianna's the neighborhoods around Denver landed safely at the International airport. They said the Boeing seven 77 200 run by United Airlines had experienced the right engine failure shortly after taking off the passengers de boarded the plane and robust back to the terminal. They added. They are aware of falling debris and the in the plane's flight
United flight from Denver has engine failure, drops debris on neighborhoods
"Ah United Airlines Flight was forced to return to Denver International Airport today after an engine failure scattered debris over a Colorado town. In Colorado public radio clear Cleveland reports United flight 3 28 was on its way to Honolulu when the Boeing 7 70 sevens right engine failed after takeoff. Debris from the plane fell on a neighborhood and park in Broomfield, northwest of Denver. Rachel Welty, a spokesperson for the Broomfield Police Department, says she's shocked. No one was injured by the debris on a day like today, when it's not as cold as it was last weekend. We could have hundreds of people here and the fact that we're still not getting reports of any injuries. It's amazing. The Federal Aviation Administration and National Transportation Safety Board will investigate the incident. For NPR News. I'm Claire Cleveland
Federal worker cut air traffic communications with planes
"Federal Aviation Administration employee has been fined $5000 put on two years probation or cutting communication between air traffic controllers and planes flying above Honolulu Back in early 2019. Two minute outage effective communications with about 10 planes. The man was sentenced this week by a federal judge after pleading guilty to maliciously interfering with a federal communications system.
What happens if you test positive for COVID-19 and can’t fly back to the US?
"About 50,000 flight attendants from 17 Airlines wants those airlines to share their individual. No fly list information right now. Those lists are kind of airline specific. Jay Ratliff, Aviation expert Joining us all the coca News Live. I'm good to have you back J Hey, pleasant. Good morning. So these no fly lists. Um what are the no fly list about? Do they involve masks or are they just generally people behaving badly in the skies? When the mask policy was put into place by airlines is is kind of a way to Yeah, Get some passengers to be a little bit more comfortable about flying at first, you may remember is optional If he had a medical condition you didn't have to worry about wearing a mask, but it seems like 78% of the aircraft had some sort of medical issue. Opted not to wear them. So that's when it became mandatory for anyone over two years of age to wear masks during the entire flight over your nose and your mouth. Some passengers did not want to do that, And as a result, they created either issues in the gate or onboard an aircraft. And those passengers had to be removed or once the plate was completed. Escorted off of the aircraft, and those passengers were put on the airlines No fly list, which is basically This is in place until the mass policy is listed. And then we will welcome you back. But until then, since you've proven that you can't abide by our mass policy, we're gonna ban you until The policy is no longer in place that the issue is if I act upon a Delta flight and cause a disturbance that gets to wherever we're going, they pulled me off the flight and say, Look, you're not gonna be arrested. But you didn't follow the airlines mass policies were banning you from Delta Airlines for the time being. Could say Okay, and then I just zip on down to United. Grab a flight on them, and I can fly anywhere. I want to go and the flight attendants are saying, Look, if J X up on Delta. The consequences shouldn't only be on Delta. It should be on all U. S carriers. You're basically giving this crazy guy can opportunities on 10 different airlines to act up inconveniencing perhaps 10 different flights that they're on, and flight attendants are just that the point now where every single day Mask police. There's no federal guidelines for mass policies yet, so it's all the airline policy and most people recognize it As such, so they really don't feel threatened by, you know, getting in trouble, so to speak. Because they know it's going to be something that only involves that airline. There's not gonna be fined or anything like that. However, last week, the Federal Aviation Administration came out said Look, if you cause an onboard disturbance with an airline You face a possible fine of up to $35,000. So now there's a little bit more of an incentive for somebody like Jay to not create a problem with the mask or anything else. So that I don't get in trouble with the FAA. All right, So let's move on to, you know, travel in the age of covert with airlines that went toe, you know, they were started by keeping people at least one seat apart now, not so much on now. There's an Air American Airlines initiative for a health passport. So how does that work exactly? American Airlines is the first airline to adopt this health passport. They're working with Vera fly. It's an app that can show whether or not you've been tested for the coronavirus. And it comes in handy because now that the CDC is saying as of the 26th of this month, if you fly internationally, you're coming back into the United States. You're gonna have to prove that you've had a negative covert test within three days. Of your date of travel, or you have to show documentation that you had the coroner virus you recovered, Okay? And the issue is how do you prove that? Well, this app is in place. Now that will make these these medical testing or records available quickly. So it is you fly. You can show the agents you have, and then you'll be able to board the plate back into the United States. Clusters. Other countries around the world that had that same sort of requirement for entry into their country. And this type of Anak would satisfy those countries. For the most part. Or they could see Okay, you've been tested. It was in three days. No positive tests, You know, come on into the country. You don't have quarantine for 14 days. Alright, And we're gonna see more airlines following suit of this now. The real interesting part is Are we going to see this domestically? Qantas Airlines has already said once the vaccine is out there passengers have been vaccinated will be allowed to fly on certain flights if you've not been vaccinated. They're not gonna let you fly. Oh, if you think you think we're having fun over, you know, mask situations. Wait. So that rules out And when you guys were kidding about Burbank earlier, laughing because they said, you guys may not be too far off. If this type of thing happens domestically, I don't think it will. But I learned a long time ago. And 30 years of doing my aviation reports. You never say never when it comes to the airline industry. Oh, boy, they were at left. Joining us on the Koga news live line once again, J. Always
FAA approves fully automated commercial drone flights
"Faa approved the first ever fully automated commercial drone flight massachusetts company has been granted approval to operate commercial drone flights without a person directing the machine. The approval by the federal aviation administration allows american robotics to operate its scout quad copter unmanned aircraft to hit the skies in rural settings previously. The faa had allowed companies to operate drones beyond the line of sight by operators but a person on the ground at to be nearby company says its drones have technology aboard to avoid birds and other aircraft swallow safeguards to avoid
FAA Approves Fully Automated Commercial Drone Flights
"Approved the first ever fully automated commercial drone flights. Massachusetts company has been granted approval to operate commercial drone flights without a person directing the machine. Approval by the Federal Aviation Administration allows American Robotics to operate its scout Quadcopter unmanned aircraft to hit the skies and rural settings for such things as research, development or training. Previously, the FAA had allowed companies to operate drones beyond the line of sight by operators. But a person on the ground had to be nearby company says its drones have technology aboard. To avoid birds and other aircraft to swell a safeguards to avoid malfunctions. Sue
Marlboro Company Granted Approval To Operate Fully Automated Commercial Drone Flights
"While good news for drone enthusiasts, a Massachusetts company has been granted approval to operate commercial Joan flights without a person directing the machine and keeping it in sight. This is the first time the Federal Aviation Administration F a a Has allowed for fully automated commercial drone flights. The marble based company said yesterday it has tested fully automated drones for four years. The company also saying it's scout drones have technology to stay a safe distance from other aircraft at
"federal aviation administration" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"The Federal Aviation Administration is looking into whether the area of the plane with the crack should be inspected more often than once every fifteen hundred flights and character fox news April showers coming earlier than expected fox meteorologist Adam Klotz thunderstorms sweeping across portions of the country very heavy rain kind of targeting Saint Louis and some of the surrounding areas of Missouri and southern Illinois all spots getting some of this very heavy rain snow fall for some of the upper Midwest that's not gonna measure into a whole lot of snow fall fifteen rounds and rounds of winter type weather that's moved across that region that is going to continue and that's where some of the colder air is here seen twenty nine degrees in Denver plenty of spots there hovering in the twenties to warm up a little bit this is box now here's your storm team ten forecast temperatures fall into the mid thirties tonight a cloudy sky first but clearing towards dawn then mostly sunny for the remainder of Sunday but temperatures in the upper forties cooler but seasonable for this point in March chillier Sunday night down into the mid twenties to begin your Monday lower forties below average for the high temperature is high pressure settles it I'm starting ten meteorologist at the McCarthy on newsradio nine twenty one oh four seven FM it's a late night trip down the path of the mysterious at I live close to coasts AM it would dramatically alter bridge radio nine twenty one oh four seven FM join the American lung association for their twelfth annual fight for air climb Providence Saturday April fourth at the omni Providence hotel the walk or run of twenty two floors help support those affected by lung disease register and get more info at fight for air climb dot org slash problem newsradio nine twenty and won all four seven FM the best Sean Hannity is on now the job generate enthusiasm when you're sixty he was in Congress for years years listener support thanks nobody wants to work with him you got nothing cannot get reelected we cannot win this reelection we can only relax Donald Trump only thirty eight days left until coast to coast from order to order to the our final news roundup and information overload our government really foreign.
"federal aviation administration" Discussed on AP News
"The head of the Federal Aviation Administration said Boeing's discovered a light that warns pilots about a system used to make the seven thirty seven MAX jets point up or down isn't working properly a Boeing spokesman said the changes being made to the software he added the new issue is not expected to change plans for the Max jets to return to service around mid year all seven thirty seven MAX jets have been grounded worldwide since March twenty nineteen after crashes in Indonesia and Ethiopia killed three hundred forty six people hi Mike Crossey up under report to nearly thirty one percent drop in its October to December profit as strong demand for its motorcycles fails to make up for falling vehicle sales and as a peace Charles de Ledesma reports negative impacts from the China coronavirus of yet to come the says the damage from the outbreak that began in central China is not reflected in this full cost through March twenty twenty like other Japanese automakers the group was not yet was you production at its factories in China since the lunar new year's holidays which began on January twenty four hope right on a quick return to work the company saying he doesn't expect that much of a negative impact effect tree lines can resume as it foresees now but if the situation continues for a long time it says that would be quite different I'm Charles the late this month six American oral executives under house arrest in Venezuela have been rounded up by police hours after president Donald Trump met Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro chief opponent one quite what the White House according to family members of the man AP correspondent Charles de Ledesma reports former senior executive out sick go I live real Zambrano says the executives were abruptly taken from their homes last night by intelligence police some run of the brother of two of the six detain men said the card whereabouts on noon some brown and the subtle social media he demolished another they all say I think that he's very worried about the detainees the state department I'm a do does government have yet to comment I'm Charles de Ledesma seven the colonel Alexander and his twin brother army lieutenant colonel Yevgeny vin vent were both removed from their jobs at the White House president trump's response to Alexander's testimony to Congress in the impeachment investigation defense secretary mark Casper tells reporters have been mens are still in the service we welcome back all of our service members were they serve to any assignment they're they're given I'd I would refer you to to the army for any more detail on that a short time later ambassador Gordon son on who also testified announce he was recalled immediately from his post as ambassador to the European Union trump also take shots as on the Democrats running to take his place especially critical the problems with the Iowa caucuses embarrassing hello I'm not overly embarrassed by it I see the shows is going to this thing it is a disaster trump is going to kill us on this one Yang says while he and the others all want to defeat president trump in November his fellow Democrats are wrong in thinking trump is the problem he feels the problems this country faces have been growing for years if not decades more cases more deaths from the corona virus in China more people have been flown out of China to the U. S. where they will be quarantine for two weeks doctor Robert Redfield heads the CDC this is a serious global public health situation and it continues to fall rapidly it's understandable that Americans are concerned but again the immediate risk to the American public is low the CDC says it's unlikely people arriving from China will have symptoms this is a P. news a federal judge hands down the toughest sentence yet in the college admissions bribery scandal involving rich parents in top universities a B. Jackie Quinn with more Douglas Hodge has received the harshest penalty yet nine months in prison a three quarter of a million dollar fine and community service prosecutors say the sixty two year old former investment company C. E. O. paid out eight hundred fifty thousand dollars in bribes to get four of his children into the university of southern California and Georgetown University as fake athletic recruits he also allegedly tried to get another son into Loyola Marymount Hodges apologized in a statement read in court for tipping the scales in favor of his children over others more than fifty people were charged in the admissions team including actresses Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin I'm Jackie Quinn a total of twenty parents have pleaded guilty I'm to McGuire AP news seven five wire on Alexander been met and his twin brother army lieutenant colonel Yevgeny than men were both removed from their jobs at the White House president trump's response to Alexander's testimony to Congress in the impeachment investigation defense secretary mark Casper tells reporters have been mens are still in the service we welcome back all of our service members were they serve to any assignment they're they're given I'd I would refer you to to the army for any more detail on that a short time later ambassador Gordon son on who also testified announce he was recalled immediately from his post as ambassador to the European Union trump also take shots as on the Democrats running to take his place especially critical the problems with the Iowa caucuses embarrassing hello I'm not overly embarrassed by it I see the shows is going to say it is a disaster trump is going to kill us on this one they're right seven of the Democrats running for president debate ahead of Tuesday's New Hampshire primary former vice president Joe Biden says he expects to take a hit since voters in the state normally back candidates from New Hampshire or neighboring states tech entrepreneur answer to Yang says while he and the others all want to defeat president trump in November his fellow Democrats are wrong in thinking trump is the problem he feels the problems this country faces have been growing for years if not decades more cases more deaths from the corona virus in China more people have been flown out of China to the U. S. where they will be quarantine for two weeks doctor Robert Redfield heads the CDC this is a serious global public health situation and it continues to fall rapidly it's understandable that Americans are concerned but again the immediate risk to the American public is slow the CDC says it's unlikely people arriving from China will have symptoms this is a P. news a federal judge hands down the toughest sentence yet in the college admissions bribery scandal involving rich parents in top universities a B. Jackie Quinn with more Douglas Hodge has received the harshest penalty yet nine months in prison a three quarter of a million dollar fine and community service prosecutors say the sixty two year old former investment company C. E. O. paid out eight hundred fifty thousand dollars in bribes to get four of his children into the university of southern California and Georgetown University as fake athletic recruits he also allegedly tried to get another son into Loyola Marymount Hodges apologized in a statement read in court for tipping the scales in favor of his children over others more than fifty people were charged in the admissions team including actresses Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin I'm Jackie Quinn a total of twenty parents have pleaded guilty I'm too McGuire.
"federal aviation administration" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"The Federal Aviation Administration temporarily grounded the seven thirty seven MAX last March after two fatal crashes the FAA says it's not following a prescribed timeline for allowing the Max jet to fly again a lot of comes out of my testing Richard ABA Lafia is an aviation analyst at teal group and of of course getting all of the pilots that are invited to provide input comparable a big question is how much pilot training the FAA will require in flight simulators oblivious says there are only sixteen or seventeen seven thirty seven MAX simulators with all this uncertainty airlines are just taking Max's off the schedule which means extra scrambling during the holidays Donna Rhodes teaches management at Embry riddle aeronautical university they really want the business airlines hate turn away people asking for seats so planes flying into smaller regional airports will be diverted to more popular hubs and airlines can lease older aircraft but if there aren't enough planes ticket prices could go up over the holidays Haley Berg is an economist at the flight at Popper she says it grandmother's house is off the beaten path it will be more difficult on some of those more regional routes to find a seat on a plane or get a great deal price because there will be lower capacity Berg says you can pay twenty five percent. more than you did last year for a flight from say Pittsburgh to LA the upshot you might have to fly at a different time or date than you planned to get the best fare I'm Nancy Marshall again Sir for market place on Wall Street today it markets are close to the US for Labor Day global markets were mixed after yet another set of US China tariffs went into effect yesterday more all that when we do the numbers are. Quentin Tarantino's latest film once upon a time in.
"federal aviation administration" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Association is hosting the strong public schools presidential forum is the centerpiece of its annual assembly the speakers include former vice president Joe Biden as well as senators Bernie Sanders Kamilla Harris and Elizabeth Warren the NE a says thousands of teachers administrators and parents have submitted questions for the event online an Australian student detained in North Korea late last month has been released and is safely left the country NPR's Michael Sullivan has the story from Seoul Australia's prime minister Scott Morrison told parliament today the twenty nine year old Alex Egli had been released from detention this morning and is safe and well he extended his deepest gratitude to Swedish authorities for their invaluable assistance in securing Alex prompt release Australia has no formal diplomatic presence in North Korea and relies on other western countries to act on its behalf on his arrival in Beijing sickly told reporters he felt great but did not say what had caused his detention in the first place signally had been studying in the north Korean capital friends and family of the normally active social media user had lost contact with him June twenty fifth Michael Sullivan NPR news Seoul this is NPR Russia is now disclosing that the military submarine that suffered a fatal fire Monday was nuclear powered Russian president Vladimir Putin says the blaze broke out in a battery compartment and the nuclear reactor was contained fourteen sailors were killed in the fire Russia's defense minister has said the sub was surveying the sea floor near the arctic as millions of Americans gather for traditional July fourth cookouts and fireworks today the Federal Aviation Administration has a reminder for the modern era do not fly drones in or near fire works NPR's Alina cellucor ports every year around this time federal aviation regulators share reminders for drone owners around the country tempted to capture videos or photos of exploding fireworks up close and the reminder is do not do it the FAA says drones should not be flown near fireworks for now casual users are also not allowed to fly drones over groups of people in public events or at night though the FAA is considering whether it should relax those restrictions in the future in general drone should not be flown outside the operator's line of sight or higher than four hundred feet also all drones should be registered with the FAA and have the registration number labeled on the outside Lena so you can be our news in women's soccer the US will face the Netherlands for the World Cup title Sunday the Dutch beat Sweden an extra time yesterday in the semi final I'm Barbara.
"federal aviation administration" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Governor Greg, Abbott says he's sending an additional one thousand Texas national guard troops to the Mexican border. All of these actions are necessary because congress has failed to do this job. They car about a humanitarian crisis in about reforming an immigration system, all the while refusing to pass laws to fix the problem. Avid, said Friday that the additional guard members will assist at the tension facilities, and ports of entry Lieutenant governor, Dan. Patrick says the new deployment will bring the total number of guard members on the Texas border to more than two thousand avid said the federal government will pay for the additional guard deployment the director Missouri's health department says Planned Parenthood, correct? Just four out of thirty deficiencies cited at its abortion clinic and Saint Louis prompting the department's action to declined to renew its abortion, license. Dr Randall Williams says doctors involved in a couple of cases in question have refused to speak to regulators difficult job for regulators in fact unprecedent to investigate the quality of care if the people who took care of the patient won't talk to you, a judge's preliminary injunction, remains in place, meaning abortions can continue. Missouri's only abortion clinic, Saint Louis Circuit Judge Michael seltzer will issue a written order, outlining next steps, but it isn't clear when airlines rerouted flights Friday to avoid airspace, near the strait of four moves after Iran shot down a US military surveillance drone there. An American officials warn the commercial jetliners could be mistakenly attacked tensions between Tehran and Washington. The Federal Aviation Administration warned of a potential for miscalculation, or mis identification in the region on Wall Street that on by thirty four points..
"federal aviation administration" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Dave Mattingly. The White House is in commenting on reports. President Trump ordered airstrikes on a and targets in response to Iran shooting down a US drone, but then cancelled them last night, reportedly the targets were to include radar and missile sites. NPR's Laura and Freyer says the FAA is ordering US airlines to avoid Ronnie and airspace. Following Ron shootdown of that drone. The Federal Aviation Administration issued an emergency order prohibiting all US operators from flying through an over water area of Iranian airspace over the strait of or moose, that's where there have been a tax on oil tankers, which the US blames on Ron, British Airways trimmed as Lufthansa and Australia's Qantas or among the foreign carrier saying they will follow the FAA's guidance and redirect flights away from Ronnie, and airspace. In Pennsylvania, a fire at an oil refinery in Philadelphia is set to be contained but not yet under. Troll. It's been burning for more than four hours at the Philadelphia, energy solutions complex, and I witness Nick, tackling Mon says an explosion at the refinery lit up the predawn sky. I turned around I saw the sky get bright look like the sun is coming up like very suddenly and then over the rise in a ball of fire no serious. Injuries are reported that refinery is the oldest and largest on the east coast of the US. This is NPR news from Washington, and in New York. This is WNYC at eight thirty one. Good morning, I'm Kerry Nolan. The New York state Senate and assembly of journey for the year concluding their twenty nineteen session in the early hours of this morning, newly in control Democrats claim dozens of victories on protecting the environment and the rights of women undocumented undocumented immigrants and tenants WNYC's capitol reporter Fred mogul has more from Albany democratic legislators were kitty in January when the session started and they've been giddy in its final. Hours here in June. They're amazed at how many items on their wishlist, they checked off, even as many other potentially landmark laws. Eluded them in the win column sweeping legislative packages to combat climate change sexual harassment and landlords ability to raise rent and postponed for another day, our laws that would have legalized marijuana allowed doctors to help those who wanna die, and overhauled solitary confinement in prisons and jails. New Jersey lawmakers passed thirty eight point seven billion dollar budget and sent it to governor Phil Murphy to be signed. The legislatures budget is similar to the spending blueprint, the governor proposed earlier this year, but has a few differences chief, among them is the rejection of Murphy's proposal to raise income taxes on millionaires one of the governor's signature issues. Lawmakers also slashed funding for free community college, and they it at the state's rainy day fund the legislature passed the budget ahead of the June, thirtieth deadline, but Murphy has not said, whether he'll sign or reject. Checked, it path trains are going to be longer and more frequent in coming years. It's part of a plan announced yesterday by the port authority, the added capacity will be needed to keep up with demand, as thousands of new apartment units and parking spaces spring up near path stations, in Harrison and Jersey City officials say their goal is to increase capacity on the Newark, two World Trade Center line by forty percent by the end of twenty twenty two. New York Knicks fans are applauding their teams decision at the NBA draft. The organization took dukes RJ Barrett with the third pick last night. Barrett, was projected by many experts to go to New York. He expressed gratitude for the selection on so overwhelmed humbled and honored very thankful that the mixed contest of me that they believe me. I'm so happy to be naked. I can't wait to play mess Square Garden, the Brooklyn nets selected Georgia's Nick lax with the thirty first pick.
"federal aviation administration" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"The federal aviation administration ordered u._s. carriers to stay away from the area president trump ordered u._s. strikes on iranian targets in retaliation for the spy drone shootdown but called it off last night officials feared the likelihood of civilian casualties the plan and reversal first reported by the new york times top congressional leaders got a briefing on the shoot down at the white house senate minority leader charles schumer says he worries the trump administration will bumble its way into a war one of the best ways to avoid bumbling into war a war that nobody wants to have a robust open debate and for congress to have a real say we learned that lesson in the runner up to iraq a deadly industrial disaster in indonesia officials say at least thirty people were killed in a fire that swept through a house in north sumatra that doubled as a match factory among the dead three children police misconduct in tampa hillsborough county florida prosecutors moving to overturn the convictions of seventeen individuals convicted on the Testimony with no corroborating evidence of three recently fired Tampa cops fire danger. Spurring apple the recall certain laptop computers. Apple, issuing a voluntary recall of a limited number of older generation fifteen inch macbook pro units, saying the battery may get too hot and pose a safety risk units were sold primarily between September twenty fifteen and February twenty seventeen. The recall does not affect any other fifteen inch macbook pro units or other MAC notebooks. Apples asking owners to stop using the laptops, and contact apple support on how to replace the battery free of charge. ABC's Chuck Sivertsen. You're listening to ABC news. It.
"federal aviation administration" Discussed on KOMO
"And the Federal Aviation Administration continued to take heat in the wake of two fatal 737 max crash. Corwin Hake reports new complaints condemn the practice of bowing conducting its own federal safety testing, some of the inspectors employed by Boeing say they would raise specific safety concerns only to have the FAA ignore or gloss over them. Some complaints are directed at a man named Ali Barahmi. Former FAA certification manager in Renton where the seven thirty seven is assembled Barahmi is now an FAA safety executive in Washington DC last year, he told the US house committee on aviation safety into area aircraft certification the. Fayez gone beyond the reforms that congress directed at the Seattle times interviewed Michael Collins, a recently, retired aerospace safety engineer who work locally under Barahmi Collins tells the times Rami promoted increasing delegation of safety testing to Boeing employees, call and says under Barahmi when Boeing and F A A inspectors had a difference of opinion Barahmi tended to side with Boeing Barahmi has responded telling the times the FAA quote remains engaged throughout the certification process. Corwin hake. Komo news vote today could maintain a key part of funding for King County parks earlier this year executive Constantine announced. He would push to renew the King County parks Levy and a budget committee vote this morning could move it. Forward voters approved the current King County parks Levy and 2013 costing homeowners a few dollars in property taxes every month, but it's set to expire this. December executive Constantine wants to put a renewal on the August ballot. The new Levy would. Increase taxes slightly to about seven dollars a month for homes valued at five hundred thousand dollars that's two dollars more than what homeowners pay. Now. The county maintains two hundred parks one hundred and seventy five miles of trails and twenty eight thousand acres of open space eighty percent of their operating budget is funded by the Levy, the new plan would improve several ballfields replace Warren Park equipment and add signs and parking at several trail heads. That's komo's Lee stole. Police have arrested the person they believe dragged a Burlington police officer thirty feet with her truck Saturday afternoon. Komo's Zan Fong tells us what happened say the twenty nine year old mount Vernon woman was wanted for two misdemeanor warrants. A Burlington police officer bumped into her in the Fred Meyer parking lot instead of complying believes they she took off dragging the thirty one year old officer the officer finally was able.
"federal aviation administration" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show
"Of flight federal records show, adding to questions raised by deadly crashes involving that model of jetliner in Ethiopia and Indonesia some of the incidents appear to involve the same anti stall system that has come up as a potential cause of October's Indonesia crash this according to a review of Federal Aviation Administration incident database that let's pilot self report trouble. Investigators have not said whether the same technology had emerged as a possible cause of Sunday's crash in Ethiopia, former transportation secretary Ray lahood said to the Washington Post, quote, those planes should be pulled down and inspected the flying pub. Is owed that Donald Trump on Tuesday. Put his idiocy on display again by tweeting, quote airplanes are becoming far too complex to fly pilots are no longer needed. But rather computer, scientists from MIT I see it all the time in many products, always seeking to go one unnecessary. Step further went off an old, and simpler is far better. Split-second decisions are needed and the complexity creates danger all of this for great cost yet very little gain. I don't know about you. But I don't wanna Elbert Einstein to be my pilot. I want great flying professionals that are allowed to easily and quickly take control of a plane. Boeing said it would update its flight control systems to comply with advisers from the Federal Aviation Administration mandating specific design changes by next month. But the FAA is taking no further action at this point more than forty countries have been. Banned the Boeing seven thirty-seven max eight to famous actresses are among those charged in connection with twenty five million dollar college entrance exam scheme the actresses and other defendants allegedly helped Rick Zinger and edge college career network. Get wealthy clients children into elite colleges and universities through fraud. And bribes CNN has more here today to announce charges in the largest college admissions scam ever prosecuted by the department of Justice a jaw dropping scam dubbed operation varsity blues involving at least fifty people accusing wealthy parents of allegedly cheating. So their children would be admitted into procedures schools. One of the schemes involved parents allegedly paying millions for fake athletic credentials. Just so their children could gain entry to college by being accepted to the schools f letting team to be clear these were not really student athletes singer helped parents takes. Aged photographs of their children engaged in particular sports. In one example, the head women's soccer coach at Yale in exchange for four hundred thousand dollars accepted, an applicant as a recruit for the Yale women's team despite knowing that the applicant did not even play competitive soccer. The student was in fact, admitted and afterward the student's family paid singer one point two million dollars singer the man he mentions is William Rick singer. Not only did he allegedly stage those photos, but he also is accused of arranging for others to take online high school classes in place of the real students. So those higher grades could be submitted. Instead the money paid by wealthy. Parents was listed as contributions to his sham charity. Key worldwide foundation singers clients paid him anywhere between one hundred thousand and six point five million dollars schools named in the complaint include.
"federal aviation administration" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Could take talk radio five sixty with you wherever you go North Korea tests severe weather. I'm Anne Cates. Images show North Korea may be preparing for another nuclear test. Correspondent will Ripley analysts say if here's North Korea has put together something hard to tell if it's a missile or rocket. But they've assembled something put it on a rail car, and that railcar may now be headed to a North Korean launch site. Now, we know that these so hey, satellite launch facility in recent days has seen a flurry of reconstruction work. It was a facility that Kim Jong UN promised to shut down. They started to take it apart. Now analysts say it has been fully put back together and could be ready for launch really at any moment. Severe thunderstorms are taking aim at the south central US with the possibility of more tornadoes which left twenty three people dead a week ago in Alabama. Meteorologist Allison Chinchar says it's important to be prepared for. Twisters. If there are tornado watches issued at any point throughout the day, please make sure you have your safe plan in place, if you live in a mobile home, get out, you are safer in your car than you are in a mobile home. If you live in a mobile home, make plans ahead of time say perhaps the friend that you can go stay with who lives, a non mobile home. If that's not an option and easy solution have your closest library. A government regulator is telling Southwest Airlines in its mechanics union that they're bitter fight could jeopardize safety in the sky safety official with the Federal Aviation Administration says both sides have responsibility for safety and in a letter says the contract dispute between south west and the union raises concern about safety management Alibaba calls on both sides to cooperate in a conflict that may be escalating the top official with the aircraft mechanics. Fraternal association says a defamation lawsuit has been filed against south west after the airline sued union. Yeon reps over allegations of illegal work slowdown on Jan Johnson. I'm.
"federal aviation administration" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Passengers flight got suspended at Gatwick last month. Netted six hours on they tell us we're gonna fly some possible, they constantly after that they sit as you have to get out from the our plan. We get out hold the families some of them. They've gone back to London's on we stay hills. We sleep on the floor. That's one of the more than one hundred thousand travellers who's flights were disrupted at Gatwick airport in London last month following a drone sighting. So we want to hear from you. How is it that we balanced the needs the safety needs the security needs around airports as we have more and more drone enthusiasts flying their little devices. Everyday. What regulations do we need perhaps are their technological fixes? And also is there a national security concern as well? I'm joined today by Allen Levin. He covers aviation and drones for Bloomberg news and Alan let me just ask you quickly. You heard what captain Rooney told us before the break about he says, we need more oversight. Site better education for operators and need to be more proactive now on that proactive proactive front. What would what would being more proactive? Look like when it comes to drone safety around airports. The federal government in this case. The Federal Aviation Administration is wrestling with this has been for the past few years. The short answer is nobody quite knows at this point. But you know, they've done all sorts of things to try to push industry to include notes when you buy the drones telling people where to fly and where not to fly it. That has I think it helps with some people, but clearly not everybody, and they're they're congress passed a law. A couple months back that requires a additional first of all brings more oversight to the drone world. The congress had written fairly clumsy law about five or six years ago, which did not specifically give FAA control over civilian hobbyist drone operators. But now the agency does and whatnot. But there's a big debate about, you know, do go out and do enforcement cases for these people. Most of whom are just sort of doing this out of ignorance or not so far the agency has had a couple of big high profile enforcement cases. But for the most part, they're not. And then there's a a much bigger effort underway, spurred by law enforcement. To require every drone in the country to issue put out a radio beacon that identifies that drone. It's operator and tells law enforcement or anybody else where it is gonna win. But that's not fully integrated technology. That's something that law enforcement would like to have happen. Correct. An and they're they're supposedly on scheduled to release a proposed rule to require that. In may these things take a year sometimes longer if they're controversial to put a two to finalise. So we're looking at twenty twenty at the earliest before that can be put implants, frankly, I mean you've been thinking about both aviation drones is world these worlds for a longtime. Honestly, do you feel like there's a sense of urgency around this or or not? Oh, I I definitely think there's a sense of urgency. The problem is it's not entirely clear how to fix it. And you know, you have this industry that is growing by leaps and bounds. You have some of the, you know, the most powerful, or at least rapidly growing tech companies in the world, you know, namely, Amazon and Google that are trying to do drone deliveries among other things, but they're also used for dozens hundreds of commercial uses and so there's this tremendous push to sort of allow that to happen. They don't wanna squash that you know, what could be the the equivalent of the next personal computer in in in in terms of its impact on the economy. So the, you know there there's a great debate going on mostly..
"federal aviation administration" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"State of Texas for forty nine months. As you know, we got a government shutdown underway and the Federal Aviation Administration officials who inspect planes for safety are deemed to be not essential. So they cannot show up to work during the shutdown. Crawford was traveling to Reagan airport a DC. She was amazed by hearing that honestly don't understand how somebody like that is on on essential personnel. Assume that situations like this one lead those people in place more than partial shutdown is in its third week and President Trump called for a shutdown because congress wouldn't approve the money for his border wall with Mexico tonight. He's going to talk to you the American people about this border wall in the government shutdown. What does the president need to say tonight live on NewsRadio KLBJ beginning at eight o'clock this evening that may win you over and say, yeah, we should build a wall. That's a good idea. Or do you think he's just got nothing to say what so ever do you think he's in over his skis on this? One jump in here at five one two eight three six zero five Shurmur say the address tonight will be full of malice and misinformation and they demand equal airtime while they see what they demand equally demand. Equal Airtel step up to a microphone lady and start talking. Pete and bashed rob good morning. Morning gentlemen last. I looked nasty shut up in like thirty years. So. Let's about I never do. Anyway, my comment was Donald Trump actually storm idea we're talking about a Wonka thirty years. My wallet costs a lot more into the hundreds of billions because it would be toppled the highway or requested hundred yards you'd have anti personnel. Power cure KFA rubber bullets, and maybe even real ones a fee, but we we don't secure the border where your shoot ourselves in the foot all these people that are in upper educational funding. Eat up our medical resources are causing this far more than one hundred trillion dollars a year. So I this argument that anybody coming up with against as well as far as I'm concerned, all they're doing is turning stuff. They heard on MSNBC, and they hate Trump. And that's it. There's no rational logical thoughts or anything going on between their their ears to make them say. No, this is not a good idea. Yeah. PTA your friends and family. Do they agree with you? Everybody's got. I mean, if you're an independent thinking person, you're always gonna have somebody. That's got a different perspective than you. Right. And I even know what we need to make it to where workers construction workers they should be able to come in Asia. They should have quick easy access to visas. Where we screaming for diseases for criminal behavior stuff like that. We can make it look a military entrance processing where we literally, you know, can take tens of thousands of people at a at a time. The military trained. I know you've been talking about this idea for twenty years. I hear you, man. Thank you Johnny downtown. Good morning. Your journey. Good morning. You know, Trump would just stay on message and stick to back. He can win this argument all day long. I got you just stick with the facts tonight when he addresses the nation well as coming from the Oval Office show, it'll be very very formal. And imagine that he will stick to script. He'll be reading from a teleprompter tonight. I'm sure user win from the Oval Office. That's that's the kind of form it takes that. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. It makes me a little nervous and more..
"federal aviation administration" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Buying experience LA Five people are dead after a plane crash FOX's, Debbie Hanley the Oklahoma. Highway Patrol says all five people on board were killed when. A small passenger airplane crashed in northern Oklahoma on Saturday the Federal Aviation Administration, says the cause of the crash is unknown single, engine extra EA, four hundred crashed. Shortly after taking off, from honk city regional airport, National Transportation Safety board spokesman? Peter nuts and. Said, the five had. Flown to. Ponca city for a monthly breakfast hosted. By the airport the FAA NTSB are investigating the names of the victims have not been released some neighbors, in North Carolina bring. Home the bacon, winning a multimillion dollar lawsuit against a hog farm creating us smelly mess Smithfield foods is perhaps the world's largest producer of. Pork products but a judge in North Carolina says it needs, to pay neighbors in Raleigh four hundred seventy three million dollars those neighbors live near the smithfield plant and they claim they've been forced to endure smells like you wouldn't believe the award follows related lawsuits in which smithfield had to pay up now state lawmakers are trying to change laws to shield companies like smithfield from lawsuits such as these eban brown fox news nascar goes left and right at the glen this weekend the cup series gets ready for its second road course race of the season the ninety lap go bowling at the glenn watkins glen provides a unique challenge for even the best drivers is raining cup series champ martin true ex junior looks to repeat here at the glenn while getting his fourth win of the cup season mike we've got you know best team in the in the garage without a doubt in my opinion and just looking forward to go bowling at the glen marking the fifth to last race before the start of the playoffs is drivers try and make their last efforts to crack into the top sixteen in playoff points the green flag waves at watkins glen at three p._m. eastern time matt napolitano fox news i'm an carrick fox news radio from the florida central credit union home loans traffic center i four eastbound between fiftieth street and martin luther king boulevard is closed due to an accident at this time there's also a reported accident on the veterans expressway hillsborough avenue with road blockage as well as an online blocked on i. four westbound at the two seventy five entrance ramp there's also reported accident on u. s. nineteen just south of tarpon avenue at east martin luther king boulevard samantha canning newsradio nine seventy w._f._l. After. A rather hot Saturday temperatures will be slow to cool to the evening and into the overnight period we'll start off in the upper seventies by Sunday. Morning.
"federal aviation administration" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Council Five people are dead after, a plane crash FOX's Debbie Hanley the. Oklahoma Highway Patrol says all five people on board were killed, when a small passenger airplane, crashed in northern Oklahoma on Saturday the. Federal Aviation Administration says the cause of the crash is unknown the single engine extra EA, four hundred, crashed shortly after taking off from Hong Kong city, regional airport National Transportation Safety board spokesman Peter nuts and said the five had flown, to Ponca city for a monthly breakfast hosted by the airport the FAA NTSB. Are investigating the names of, the victims have not, been released some neighbors in North Carolina bring home the, bacon winning a multi. Million dollar lawsuit against a hog farm creating us smelly mess. Smithfield foods is perhaps the world's largest producer of pork products but a judge, in North Carolina says it needs to pay neighbors in Raleigh four hundred seventy three million dollars Those neighbors live near the Smithfield, plant and they claim they've been forced to endure smells like you wouldn't believe the. Award follows related lawsuits which Smithfield had to pay up now state, lawmakers are, trying to. Change laws to shield companies, like, Smithfield from lawsuits such as these Eban Brown Fox News NASCAR. Goes left and right at, the Glen this weekend the Cup series. Gets ready for its second road course race of the season, the ninety lap go bowling, at the Glenn Watkins Glen provides a. Unique Chaozhou even the best drivers is raining Cup series champ Martin true ex junior looks, to repeat, here at the Glenn while getting his fourth win, of the Cup season back we've got you know best team in the in the, garage without a doubt in my opinion and just looking forward to go bowling. At the Glen marking the, fifth to last race, before the start of the playoffs is drivers try and, make their last efforts. To crack into the top sixteen in playoff points the green. Flag waves at Watkins Glen at three PM eastern time Matt Napolitano Fox News, I'm an Carrick FOX News Radio AccuWeather, forecast partly, cloudy overnight, humid low sixty seven areas of fog for Sunday morning, otherwise mostly sunny, high ninety mostly sunny on Monday high ninety two Simpson on Tuesday then turning cloudy and humid with a shower thunderstorm in the afternoon, high ninety degrees and mostly cloudy for Wednesday with a shower thunderstorm around high eighty..
"federal aviation administration" Discussed on the memory palace
"This is the memory palace. I'm Nate. How. The kids had been awake all night and the grownups want it that way. They brought in Iraq neural DJ. This was nineteen eighty and this is Cleveland. So it was a rock and roll DJ to make sure the kids stayed awake in push through till the end. The grownups have been doing their part for weeks, all the planning, all the meetings secured sign offs from the various agencies sorted out the street closures police overtime blurted the Federal Aviation Administration. They commandeered a quarter of a city block downtown, the foot of terminal tower. The architectural marvel the quintessential Bozarth skyscraper that loomed over Lake Erie is the tallest building anywhere in the world that wasn't New York for a quarter century symbol of city on the rise from time before that city stop rising when the building had gone up in the nineteen twenty s Cleveland was in its seventh straight decade is boon town. It was the fifth largest city in America. A leader in the oil industry and the brand new. Automotive industry, but none of that lasted businesses closed or moved out of town. The ones you stayed poisoned the river accidentally set it on fire again. And again. Glass time it did in nine hundred sixty nine. Cleveland became a national joke. It could take jokes, Priscilla was tough. Maybe not broad-shouldered Chicago on that. But what are you supposed to say when you are the to me of industrial decline? When the ranks of your citizenry, your would be defenders had been cut in half by nineteen eighty. Cleveland was the eighteenth largest city in America. Instill had far farther to fall. But in nineteen eighty six, they didn't know that yet and one man. The guy who had previously worked in public relations at Proctor and gamble in sold pampers and Tampax old spice and crest toothpaste and Downey paper towels, joy, dish soap wanted to spread a little joy around Cleveland. He had just become the head of the regional chapter of the United way. One of the biggest charities while and he went into fiscal year nineteen Eighty-six. Dreaming big. He needed a major event at the end of q. four to drive donations, of course, but he wanted more something that would bring the city together unify. It's diverse population under one banner, like the many brands within the product portfolio of multinational, consumer goods corporation the way to get the city to rally behind a single message that Cleveland was done. Being the mistake on the lake, the river hadn't caught fire and more than twenty years. In fact, there were new buildings. There is an entertainment district going up on its banks. Cleveland was once again on the rise. And it was time to show the world. With balloons. The metaphor, I suppose resistible the year before Disneyland celebrated its fiftieth anniversary by sending one point, two million helium balloons into the air of an-and California. Everyone had seen it on the news. It was fun. It made the Guinness Book of world records. Cleveland would do them. One better..
"federal aviation administration" Discussed on AP News
"Ap radio news i read a fall lay the white house has a new plan to prevent school shootings administration officials described the planned last night in a call with reporters it backs off president trump's support for increasing the minimum age for buying assault weapons to 21 instead anew federal commission will examine the ag issue is part of a wider package the president also also think some teachers should be armed and wants to improve the background check and mental health systems tomorrow the president visits california jackie quinn reports his overnight visit will include a stop in san diego to inspect eight simple designs for the border wall that he's pledged to build president trump just blasted the golden state on immigration saying it's quote sheltering dangerous criminals in a brazen and lawless attack on our constitutional system of government his justice department is suing but california's also included in various lawsuits against the trump administration many over immigration policy the president is also planning to raise some cash and beverly hills with a fundraiser jackie quinn washington i helicopter crashed into new york city's east river last night killing all five passengers on board the pilot managed to survive ap correspondent matt small reports authorties sea rescue crews got to the scene quickly but getting the passengers out was difficult police say the submerged aircraft was towed woman hatton marina the federal aviation administration says it was eurocopter a s 350 owned by liberty helicopters the company offers price charter flights and sightseeing tours as southwest airlines flight from phoenix.
"federal aviation administration" Discussed on AP News
"The white house has a new plan to prevent school shootings administration officials described the planned last night in a call with reporters it backs off president trump's support for increasing the minimum age for buying assault weapons to 21 instead anew federal commission will examine the ag issue is part of a wider package the prison at all the also think some teachers should be armed and wants to improve the background check and mental health systems tomorrow the president visits california jackie quinn reports his overnight visit will include a stop in san diego to inspect eight simple designs for the border wall that he's pledged to build president trump just blasted the golden state on immigration saying it's quote sheltering deemed jewish criminals in a brazen and this attack on our constitutional system of government his justice department is suing but california's also included in various lawsuits against the trump administration many over immigration policy the president is also planning to raise some cash and beverly hills with a fundraiser jackie quinn washington i helicopter crashed into new york city's east river last night killing all five passengers on board the pilot managed to survive ap correspondent matt small reports authorities sea rescue crews got to the scene quickly beginning the passengers out was difficult police say the submerged aircraft was towed woman hatton marina the federal aviation administration says it was eurocopter a s 350 owned by liberty hillock offers the company offers private charter flights in sightseeing tours as southwest airlines flight from phoenix.