Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)

Adacel awarded FAA tower simulation contract

Adacel has won a new contract from the Federal Aviation Administration to provide a range of services for the existing installed network of Tower Simulation Systems

FAA considers revoking operating certificate

The FAA has proposed a $477,000 civil penalty against the US Virgin Islands Port Authority for alleged improper airfield maintenance

FAA issues AAM implementation plan

The FAA has released an implementation plan detailing the steps needed to safely enable advanced air mobility operations in the near term

HDOT wins FAA funding for Kahului

The Hawaiʻi Department of Transportation will receive $22m from the FAA to construct a new TSA checkpoint at Kahului Airport (OGG)

FAA approves STL's 2023 master plan

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has approved the 2023 master plan from St Louis Lambert International Airport

Full-depth reconstruction planned for PNE runway

Northeast Philadelphia Airport’s (PNE) Taxiway L is scheduled for full-depth reconstruction to bring it up to date and make it FAA-compliant

FAA targets runway incursions

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has awarded a total of more than $100m to 12 US airports to reduce runway incursions

FAA selects sustainable design for ATC towers

The FAA has selected a sustainable design for new air traffic control towers that will be used primarily at municipal and smaller airports in the US

US ATC towers win modernisation funding

The Biden-Harris Administration has announced $20m in Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Funding to modernise 29 US air traffic control towers

FAA calls for improved safety

The Federal Aviation Administration has published the findings of last week’s Aviation Safety Summit, which focused on ways to enhance flight safety

FAA announces $1bn in airport funding

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is to award nearly $1bn from President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law to 99 US airports

FAA completes airport safety rule

A new rule from the FAA will help US airports detect and mitigate safety problems before they result in accidents or incidents