The Acting Head of the FAA Has Deep Ties With Aviation Industry Interests
Dan Elwell continued strategizing with his former lobbyist colleagues even after he rose up to the top ranks of the agency.
Electric Aviation Is Poised for a Revolution—and It's About Time
Replacing gas-guzzling planes with electric ones could put a real dent in global emissions—if we can get them in the sky fast enough.
Here's Why People Are Worried About the Aviation Industry's Plans to Cut Emissions
Airlines are pushing for a global carbon market, but environmentalists say it won't be enough to prevent uncontrolled growth in aviation emissions.
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Automation Has Encouraged the Pilot's Wandering Mind
With increasing automation, pilots may be thinking about the cold cuts they're going to buy at the deli instead of focusing on the flight.
Wetland Conservation Coexists with Airport Preservation
While common sense says more water by an airport means more waterfowl for planes to hit, wetland conservationists point out that not all birds contest the skyways.