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This $400 4K Camera Drone Bundle Is Now 67% Off

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FAA lifts ground stop as some flights resume in US, 'no evidence' of cyberattack

semafor.com White House spokesperson Karine Jean-Pierre said there was “no evidence of a cyberattack at this point” and that U.S. President Joe Biden has requested an investigation into…

Opening Bell: 1.11.23

dealbreaker.com Flight departures resume across the United States after FAA system outage [CNN] The agency put a ground stop order in place after its NOTAM -- or Notice to Air Missions --…

'It was horrible': Stranded Southwest passengers still waiting to recoup costs from airline meltdown

latimes.com Only weeks after a Southwest Airlines meltdown led to thousands of canceled flights and stranded passengers, the nation’s air travel system was briefly interrupted Wednesday…

Delays, cancellations at LAX, John Wayne, Long Beach airports after FAA computer outage

latimes.com Air travel in California and across the country was scrambled Wednesday morning when a systems outage forced the Federal Aviation Administration to temporarily ground…

For the rich and famous, private jets are no longer private enough

latimes.com Owning a private plane just isn’t what it used to be. Citing security risks and privacy rights, the wealthiest of ultra-wealthy jet owners have had it with tracking websites…

Short Circuit: A Roundup of Recent Federal Court Decisions

reason.com Please enjoy the latest edition of Short Circuit, a weekly feature written by a bunch of people at the Institute for Justice. New on the Short Circuit podcast: bags of dope,…

Unlike Trump Appointees, Biden Officials Are In Big Demand In the Private Sector

politico.com Though it varies wildly by industry and subject of expertise, he says someone looking to maximize earned income (meaning, typically, a job in law or lobbying, since…

United CEO Scott Kirby: Air Travel Systems 'Stressed'

entrepreneur.com United Airlines CEO Scott Kirby has acknowledged the recent service problems experienced by airlines and stated that more support must be in place to prevent similar issues…

Boeing pleads not guilty to fraud in criminal case over deadly 737 Max crashes

npr.org Boeing pleads not guilty to fraud in criminal case over deadly 737 Max crashes Aerospace giant Boeing entered a plea of not guilty to a criminal charge at an arraignment in…

Boeing to be arraigned in court on criminal charges over 2 Max jet crashes

pbs.org Boeing representatives and relatives of some of the passengers killed in two crashes of Boeing 737 Max jets will meet face-to-face in a Texas courtroom Thursday, where the…

You next flight might land differently because of climate change

fastcompany.com If you fly into Atlanta or Phoenix or Seattle, you likely won’t notice any difference in how your plane lands. But for the past several years, the FAA has been working with…

Boeing Pleads Not Guilty In 737 Max Crash Fraud Case

forbes.com Boeing pleaded not guilty in an arraignment on Thursday over charges the manufacturer deceived federal authorities over the safety of its 737 MAX jets following two deadly…

United CEO: Air travel system is 'stressed to the max'

cnn.com If airlines are to avoid repeats of recent service problems, they’ll need to have a lot more back-up in place, according to United CEO Scott Kirby. “You can’t run an airline…

Boeing faces a criminal charge of fraud related to deadly 737 Max crashes

npr.org Airplane maker Boeing will be arraigned in federal court in Texas Thursday on a criminal charge of conspiracy to commit fraud related to the crashes of two 737 Max…

Why Corporate America Still Runs on Ancient Software That Breaks

omny.fm Southwest Airlines had a disastrous holiday season, thanks in part to a software bug that left crews out of place and grounded thousands of flights. But Southwest isn't…

U.S. FAA revokes access to system for contractors involved in computer outage

reuters.com The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) told lawmakers on Wednesday that it had revoked access to a pilot messaging database to contractor personnel involved in a file…

FAA Suspends Access for Contract Personnel Involved in Flight Disruption

wsj.com The FAA system outage resulted in widespread disruptions to U.S. air travel earlier this month. A contractor’s personnel directly involved in a Federal Aviation…

Student who tracks Elon Musk's jet blasts sale of flight-tracking site he uses to keep tabs on aircraft

businessinsider.com Jack Sweeney has used the ADS-B Exchange site to track the private jets of Elon Musk and other celebrities. Jack Sweeney and Getty Jet-tracking student Jack Sweeney is…

Users of pilot-alert system that failed report new delays

theglobeandmail.com Some users of a system that sends messages to pilots reported delays on Wednesday, but federal officials said the problem was not affecting flights. It is the same…

Boeing Stock Falls on Unexpected Loss

barrons.com Boeing Still Can't Turn a Profit. The Stock Is Dropping. Barron's Boeing posts quarterly loss as labor and supply strains overshadow increase in jet demand CNBC Boeing Q4…

Here's what Boeing blames for its big loss

cnn.com Boeing reported a $650 million operating loss in the fourth quarter, surprising Wall Street analysts who had expected the aircraft giant to turn a profit. The company blamed…

Yellen rejects GOP’s outlandish ‘emergency’ debt ceiling plan

msnbc.com As part of the Republicans’ debt ceiling plot, the party recently come up with one of the worst ideas in the history of bad ideas: a debt prioritization scheme. As Axios…

Learnings From Southwest’s Operational Meltdown

forbes.com As a director who has often come in after a major corporate crisis to clean up and reinvigorate the board. I share a few thoughts. After a crises boards realize they need to…

Investors eye Boeing jet production outlook, delivery schedule

reuters.com [1/2] An aerial view of a Boeing 777X airplane (top) parked next to Boeing 737 MAX 10 airplanes at King County International Airport-Boeing Field in Seattle, Washington,…

Meltdowns In The Airline Industry And How To Fix Them

forbes.com The Federal Aviation Administration had to suspend flights on the morning of January 11 due to issues with the system that notified pilots of possible dangers in the air and…

American's Q4 Results to Underscore Travel Recovery

investopedia.com American's report will likely underscore a nascent recovery in a U.S. airlines industry staggered by COVID 19 and surging jet fuel prices. It will mark the firm's third…

The Morning After: The FAA grounded all US flights due to mistakenly deleted files

engadget.com The Morning After: The FAA grounded all US flights due to mistakenly deleted files We've all done it, right? The FAA paused all domestic departures in the US on the morning…

With Starship testing, SpaceX moves one step closer to making science fiction a reality

techcrunch.com SpaceX is poised to conduct a wet dress rehearsal of the Starship launch system from its Starbase site in southeastern Texas, a major milestone in CEO Elon Musk’s quest to…

Major plane shortage fuels turbulent skies

foxbusiness.com Adding to a myriad of industry issues, experts warn that airline travelers may soon face more turbulence thanks to a nationwide plane shortage. Due to a combination of…

Fox Pundit Claims Ransomware Payments Responsible for Bitcoin Bounce

beincrypto.com Far-right commentator Tucker Carlson believes ransomware payments are behind Bitcoin’s recent rise, providing spurious evidence to back his claim. Earlier this month, a…

Boeing back in court over 737 Max crashes as federal settlement in jeopardy

foxbusiness.com A federal judge has ordered Boeing to face arraignment on a felony charge related to the crashes of two 737 MAX jetliners, jeopardizing a settlement the company reached with…

Fox News host credits Bitcoin pump to ransomware hackers

cryptoslate.com Fox News host Tucker Carlson theorized that recent bullish market moves were due to the U.S. government buying Bitcoin to pay ransomware attackers. Specifically, Carlson…

After airline flight chaos, lawmakers look to fix FAA's flawed NOTAMS computer system

foxbusiness.com After a computer outage in a critical Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) computer system led to the first nationwide ground stop since the September 11th terror attacks…

FAA Won't Divulge Data Behind Pilot Heart Arrhythmia Decision

zerohedge.com FAA Won't Divulge Data Behind Pilot Heart Arrhythmia Decision The Federal Aviation Administration recently widened the acceptable range for heart rhythms for commercial…

The days of 'fun flying' are long gone: How U.S. air travel became a nightmare

nbcnews.com It came off as a rare moment of candor for the airline industry on Wednesday, when United Airlines CEO Scott Kirby told analysts and reporters that after a year of constant…

Massive outage grounded US flights because someone accidentally deleted a file

theregister.com The US Federal Aviation Administration says its preliminary investigation of last week's system outage that caused the first nationwide grounding of flights since September…

Deaths on Location: How the ‘Twilight Zone’ and ‘Midnight Rider’ Tragedies May Influence ‘Rust’ Prosecution

variety.com On the evening of July 23, 1982, “Animal House” director John Landis was filming a tricky nighttime helicopter scene for “Twilight Zone: The Movie.” The wide-open spaces of…

Target: Civilization

zerohedge.com Target: Civilization Authored by Jeffrey Tucker via DailyReckoning.com, Two weeks ago, Southwest Airlines had a massive meltdown but they weren’t the only airline affected.…

FAA finds outage was unintentionally caused by contractors

thehill.com The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) announced Thursday that contractors “unintentionally” deleted files used for its alert system, leading to the outage that delayed…

U.S. FAA says 'unintentionally deleted files' prompted computer outage

reuters.com The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said on Thursday a preliminary review found that contract personnel "unintentionally deleted files" disrupting a key computer…

FAA says that the nationwide shutdown of the skies was due to a contractor mistakenly deleting files

dailymail.co.uk The Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) has confirmed that a computer glitched caused by a contractor mistakenly deleting files is what brought America's airspace to a…

FAA says 'unintentionally deleted files' led to NOTAM system outage

go.com The Federal Aviation Administration said Thursday that last week's computer system outage, which caused thousands of flight delays across the United States and a temporary…

Grounded flights were the result of employees deleting critical files, FAA says

npr.org Grounded flights were the result of employees deleting critical files, FAA says The Federal Aviation Administration now says contract employees inadvertently deleted…

FAA identifies cause of outage, coroner reveals Leslie Jordan's cause of death and more

youtube.com FAA identifies cause of outage, coroner reveals Leslie Jordan's cause of death and more CBS News The FAA grounded all US flights because contractors mistakenly deleted files…

Passenger texts final words to wife before fatal plane crash

newsweek.com Before two men were killed Thursday in a small-plane crash in New York in stormy weather, the passenger attempted to text his wife moments before impact. The men have been…

The FAA grounded all US flights because contractors mistakenly deleted files

engadget.com The FAA grounded all US flights because contractors mistakenly deleted files They were in the midst of synchronizing databases, the agency revealed. The contractors working…

US Judge Orders Boeing In Texas Court Next Week On 737 Max Fraud Conspiracy Charge

zerohedge.com US Judge Orders Boeing In Texas Court Next Week On 737 Max Fraud Conspiracy Charge A federal judge ruled Boeing must appear in a Texas courthouse next week to be arraigned…

Delta Airlines CEO Calls On Congress To Fund Air Traffic Control Updates To A 30-Year-Old System

forbes.com Thousands of flights were grounded in early January due to an outage of the NOTAM system. • While the NOTAM system delivers safety information to pilots and aircrews, it’s…

FAA contractors deleted files

npr.org Contractors unintentionally grounded thousands of flights last week when they deleted files while working on the Notice to Air Missions (NOTAM) system, the Federal Aviation…

Why Netflix Is Changing the Guard

nytimes.com Reed Hastings’s move to become executive chairman may be a sign that the streaming giant thinks the worst may be behind it. For 25 years, Reed Hastings was not only…

Air Travel Debacles Put a Star of Biden’s Cabinet in the Hot Seat

nytimes.com Under Pete Buttigieg, the Transportation Department has taken a series of steps intended to protect air travelers, but critics want him to take a harder line against the…

Economists expect quarter-point Fed rate hike, poll finds - Morning Briefing - Marketplace Minute

megaphone.fm Most economists polled believe two 0.25% rate hikes are to come; U.S. announced $2.5 billion in new Ukraine security assistance; Last week’s FAA computer glitch caused by…

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