Federal Aviation Administration
The Federal Aviation Administration has released new figures that show the total number of departures and arrivals at American airports.
The incident involved "high-speed low passes at the agents in the observation post," an FBI chief revealed this week.
Bob Ringwald had a medical emergency, forcing the plane to divert.
Captain John Dunkin coordinated the Trump campaign's flights and could now oversee the civil aviation regulator's budget of more than $16 billion.
Legislation introduced in both the House and the Senate would ban airlines from behaving as United did with David Dao in April.
A new set of rules called Part 107 will allow commercial drone operators to fly with relative comfort of mind.
This is the first time that a single operator has been allowed to fly so many drones in the U.S.
Drone stakeholders react to the FAA's drone registration system and plan for a future where drones increasingly become part of American culture.
One drone attorney argues that the FAA shortcutted the entire regulatory process to implement the registration program.
The government is hoping to have drone owners registered before Christmas.
The Germanwings crash on Tuesday was not the first of its kind.
A new draft rule also suggests limiting speeds to 100 mph.
German company cancels second delivery drone mission due to inclement weather.