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By Maysoon Khan, Associated Press/Report for America
In our news wrap Thursday, U.S. air travel returned to close to normal after a government computer system broke down and grounded all flights for a time, the mayor of Selma, Alabama, reports significant damage from a large tornado that…
Delays and cancellations among flights across the United States were minimal on Thursday, a day after a system that offers safety information to pilots failed, grounding some planes for hours.
By Michelle Chapman, David Koenig, Associated Press
The nation's air travel system had another long, difficult day Wednesday. More than 1,100 flights were canceled and 7,700 were delayed when a critical system failed at the Federal Aviation Administration. The outage forced the FAA to call a nationwide…
By Amna Nawaz, Alexis Cox, Dorothy Hastings
Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg says "safety is going to be our North Star, as always," following the outage of the Federal Aviation Administration system on Wednesday.
By Associated Press
Thousands of flights across the U.S. were canceled or delayed after a government system that offers safety and other information to pilots broke down, stranding some planes on the ground for hours.
Thousands of flights across the U.S. were canceled or delayed Wednesday after a government system that offers safety and other information to pilots broke down, stranding some planes on the ground for hours.
By Juan A. Lozano, Josh Funk, LM Otero, Associated Press
The NTSB and FAA are investigating what caused a World War II-era bomber and a fighter plane to collide and crash to the ground in a ball of flames during an air show in Dallas on Saturday.
The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration ordered United Airlines to step up inspections of the aircraft after one of its flights made an emergency landing at Denver International Airport Saturday.
By Tom Krisher, David Koenig, Associated Press
Regulators around the world grounded the Max in March 2019, after the crash of an Ethiopian Airlines jet. That happened less than five months after another Max flown by Indonesia's Lion Air plunged into the Java Sea.
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