Federal Aviation Administration

Air Traffic Controller Shortage Affects South FloridaStaffing shortages among air traffic controllers have reached a crisis level in this country, according to their union. And they said it is particularly true right here in South Florida.
Investigation Underway After South Florida-Based Airplane Crashes In OhioFederal aviation investigators are trying to determine why a South Florida based airplane crashed in Ohio Tuesday afternoon, killing all people on board.
Small Plane Crashes On Key Biscayne Golf CourseA small plane with two people on board crash landed on a Key Biscayne golf course Monday.
FAA Cracks Down On Use Of Recreational Drones Drones are expected to be the hot holiday item this year and that is why the Obama administration is now cracking down on the growing use of recreational drones.
FAA To Investigate Cracked Windshield IncidentFederal Aviation officials said a report will be filed to them after a cracked windshield forced a local flight to return.
Pilot Lands Plane On South Florida HighwayA pilot, out of fuel, landed his plane on I-595 Thursday morning, clipping a car in the process.
Pilot Injured In Emergency Landing Released From HospitalA pilot who was forced to make an emergency landing in the Everglades late last month was released from the hospital Friday.
Pilot's Drone Sighting Prompts Investigation At FLLCrew on an incoming flight in Fort Lauderdale spotted something that has now prompted an investigation.
Plane Makes Emergency Landing A Few Miles Away From Tamiami AirportMiami-Dade Fire Rescue said a small plane was forced to make an emergency landing in Southwest Miami-Dade on Saturday.
FAA Dump Navigation Points Named After TrumpThe Federal Aviation Administration is getting rid of navigation points named after Donald Trump.
United Flights No Longer Grounded After Computer ProblemsUnited Airlines flights in U.S. are back in the air after being grounded Wednesday because of computer problems.
Officials: 3 Died In Weekend Helicopter Crash In OrlandoThe three people who died over the weekend in a helicopter crash in Orlando have been identified as a Florida businessman, his wife and their friend.
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