BREAKING: Boeing engineers have discovered a new software problem on the grounded 737 Max that must be patched before the plane can return to service, according to Federal Aviation Administration chief Steve Dickson
JUST IN: Federal Aviation Administration prohibits U.S. air operators from flying below 26,000 feet over Venezuela's airspace until further notice; all U.S. air operators in Venezuela asked to depart within 48 hours
BREAKING: The Federal Aviation Administration says U.S.-registered aircraft are barred from parts of the Persian Gulf and Gulf of Oman amid tensions with Iran.
Trump wants to name his personal pilot as head of the Federal Aviation Administration, which has a budget in the billions and oversees all civil aviation, reports
9:42 The Federal Aviation Administration for the first time in history grounded all flights into, out of, and over the U.S.