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Drones are filling the skies: Look up now to see ...
Operators of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) must apply to the Civil Aviation Authority to gain “permission for aerial work”, or face prosecution. An analysis of the latest CAA figures shows that...
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Centennial Airport noise monitors to collect data...
... end of the year, providing data that could help mitigate noise from the second-busiest general aviation airport in the country. The structures look like a 20-foot light pole with the monitor on...
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ISIS terrorists won’t sneak into U.S. across loos...
Security's intelligence and analysis office, told the House Homeland Security border security subcommittee Wednesday. Pete Marovich/BloombergSen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) has suggested it could be...
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General Aviation Pilots Group Criticizes NTSB Stu...
General Aviation Pilots Group Criticizes NTSB Study on Pilots’ Drug Use An investigator examines a single-engine plane which crashed in Glendale, Calif. in 2012. (ROBYN BECK/AFP/GettyImages) The...
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, and others. The boom in rail shipments of Bakken crude from North Dakota has...
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