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11/19/2018

Thirty corporate stakeholders from eight countries met with European regulators to discuss the development of common standards and regulations to integrate electric vertical-takeoff-and-landing vehicles into European airspace.

11/19/2018

General aviation advocates in two regions where presidential temporary flight restrictions regularly shut down several airports are renewing their fight to keep local aviation businesses afloat.

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11/19/2018

This article provides clear instructions for travelers looking to use public transportation to reach cities from unfamiliar airports across the US and around the world.

11/19/2018

The Transportation Security Administration has prepared for the busy Thanksgiving travel season with updated technology designed to speed ID checks and carry-on bag screening. The agency is also deploying additional officers and canine teams at airports nationwide.

11/19/2018

Four plane owners say radios were taken out of their aircraft at Massachusetts' Mansfield Municipal Airport. Police are investigating.

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11/19/2018

A man was arrested upon landing at Florida's Tallahassee International Airport and charged with trafficking marijuana and narcotic equipment possession. Officers from the Tallahassee Police Department were tipped off by California's Sacramento County Sheriff's Department after Transportation Security Administration officers at Sacramento International Airport discovered marijuana while screening the man's luggage.

11/19/2018

Travelers have a lot of dining options at Ohio's Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, including sit-down restaurants, quick-serve eateries and kiosks. This article lists the choices by terminal and offers recommendations for busy passengers and those with time to spare.

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Eater
11/19/2018

California's Oakland International Airport partnered with Kaiser Permanente to ease travelers' stress with updates in Terminal 2, including a living wall of plants, clouds suspended from the ceiling and soothing sounds of nature playing near the security checkpoint. Hydration stations dispense purified water and reminders to breathe and relax are posted throughout the terminal.

11/19/2018

A United Airlines plane slid off a taxiway after landing at Colorado's Denver International Airport. There were no injuries, and authorities are investigating.

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11/19/2018

The Federal Aviation Administration's Air Traffic Control System Command Center watches over the nation's skies from its offices in Virginia. The command center doesn't interact with pilots, but works to maximize available airspace by making adjustments at key chokepoints.