Aviation Sector

Radar Fault in New Zealand Delays Flights Nationwide

Radar Fault in New Zealand Delays Flights NationwideIn an extremely rare occasion, a radar fault affected flights all over New Zealand on Tuesday.

During the outrage, hundreds of flights all across the country were grounded, as pilots lost radar communication. Gradually, things came back to normal and the flights resumed in all locations.

Internal network failure at 2:41pm started the problem which lasted till about 4pm on Tuesday.

Federal Aviation Administration Investigating Incident of Laser Beams Illuminating 5 Planes Close to JFK Airport

Federal Aviation Administration Investigating Incident of Laser Beams Illuminating 5 Planes Close to JFK AirportOn Friday, Federal Aviation Administration and local law enforcement agencies launched an investigation following incidents of green lasers pointing aircrafts as they flew over New York and New Jersey close to the JFK Airport.

LaGuardia Airport to get a Makeover, Team Selected for the Project

Japan’s Weak Consumer Spending is Disappointing Pushing Inflation Rate to ZeroThe LaGuardia, which has been a topic of jokes for years is going to get a new look and its degenerating structure and insufficient infrastructure is going to get remodeled version.

On Thursday, an announcement by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey said that the makeover will be led by a Canadian company.

Airline Industry’s Score Up on Customer Satisfaction but Lower in Comparison to Others

Airline Industry’s Score Up on Customer Satisfaction but Lower in Comparison to OthersA report released on Monday, revealed that the rate of customer satisfaction for the U. S. airlines has gone up in the recent time which is close to its highest point which has been noted in the last twenty years. However, when compared to other industries, the air carriers still fail to match the levels that make the customers as happy.

Napping Ramp Agent Banned from Working on Alaska Airlines Aircrafts

Napping Ramp Agent Banned from Working on Alaska Airlines AircraftsEarlier this week when Flight 448 took off from the Tacoma International Airport in Seattle for Los Angeles something unexpec

FAA Officials Say They will Streamline Rules to Accelerate Flying Permits for Small Drones

FAA Officials Say They will Streamline Rules to Accelerate Flying Permits for Small DronesDrones or unmanned aircrafts are creating a new buzz but the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has been too cautious about permissions being granted for their flying.

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