Today: July 23, 2024
Today: July 23, 2024

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Delta CEO sees flight disruptions lasting for another couple of days

Delta Air Lines CEO Ed Bastian on Monday said it will take the U.S. carrier another couple of days before its operations recover from a global

Delta CEO sees flight disruptions lasting for another couple of days
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Boeing exec says planemaker has settled on design for MAX 7 icing issue

Boeing's commercial airplane chief said the planemaker has settled on the design to address an engine anti-ice system that has significantly delayed

Boeing exec says planemaker has settled on design for MAX 7 icing issue
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Boeing 'fighting through challenges' in building new Air Force One planes

The head of Boeing's defense unit said Sunday the planemaker is still "fighting through challenges" in building two delayed U.S. presidential aircraft known as

Boeing 'fighting through challenges' in building new Air Force One planes
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US FAA probes latest Southwest Airlines flight that posed safety issues

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said Saturday it is investigating a Southwest Airlines flight after it flew at a very low altitude over Tampa Bay, Florida,

US FAA probes latest Southwest Airlines flight that posed safety issues
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Chrysler-parent Stellantis paid $190.7 million in US fuel economy penalties

Chrysler parent Stellantis paid $190.7 million in civil penalties for failing to meet U.S. fuel economy requirements for 2019 and 2020, and owes another $459.7 million

Chrysler-parent Stellantis paid $190.7 million in US fuel economy penalties
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Boeing projects 3% hike in global airplane deliveries over next 20 years

U.S. planemaker Boeing raised its industry-wide annual 20-year forecast for new jetliner deliveries by 3% to 43,975, propelled by the strength of passenger demand,

Boeing projects 3% hike in global airplane deliveries over next 20 years
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US DOJ says it has made substantial progress toward final Boeing plea agreement

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US DOJ says it has made substantial progress toward final Boeing plea agreement
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Inmate phone call costs slashed by US agency

Hefty phone bills for inmates in U.S. prisons and jails were slashed by the Federal Communications Commission on Thursday, affecting about 2 million

Inmate phone call costs slashed by US agency
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US safety board to hold hearings on Boeing 737 MAX door incident

The National Transportation Safety Board said on Wednesday it had scheduled 20 hours of hearings over two days on the January Alaska Airlines Boeing 737 MAX 9

US safety board to hold hearings on Boeing 737 MAX door incident
Business|Political|Technology

Trump says 'I'm for TikTok' as potential US ban looms

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said he supports TikTok even as a potential ban looms if Chinese-parent company ByteDance fails to divest the

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US aviation industry urges Congress to address 'neglected' FAA facilities

Major U.S. aviation groups and unions urged Congress to address persistent shortfalls in funding for Federal Aviation Administration facilities after a series

US aviation industry urges Congress to address 'neglected' FAA facilities
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US judge sets quick schedule to consider family objections to Boeing plea deal

A U.S. judge on Monday set a fast schedule to consider the objections of relatives of those killed in two fatal 737 MAX crashes to the Justice Department's

US judge sets quick schedule to consider family objections to Boeing plea deal
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Southwest Air, Archer Aviation work on plans to fly air taxis in California

Southwest Airlines and Archer Aviation said on Friday they have agreed to develop operational plans for electric air taxi networks built by Archer at California airports

Southwest Air, Archer Aviation work on plans to fly air taxis in California
Economy|News

Price of US first-class mail stamp to rise to 73 cents

The price of first-class U.S. mail stamps will rise on Sunday to 73 cents from 68 cents, the latest in a series of price hikes.

Price of US first-class mail stamp to rise to 73 cents
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US court temporarily puts net neutrality rules reinstatement on hold

A U.S. appeals court said on Friday it was temporarily putting the Federal Communications Commission's reinstatement of landmark net neutrality rules on hold

US court temporarily puts net neutrality rules reinstatement on hold
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US court rejects challenges to FCC approval of SpaceX satellites

A U.S. appeals court on Friday upheld the decision of the Federal Communications Commission to approve a SpaceX plan to deploy thousands of Starlink

US court rejects challenges to FCC approval of SpaceX satellites
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AT&T says data from 109 million US customer accounts illegally downloaded

AT&T said on Friday the company suffered a massive hacking incident as data from about 109 million customer accounts containing records of calls and texts

AT&T says data from 109 million US customer accounts illegally downloaded
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Senator wants Boeing CEO to testify as she prepares new FAA legislation

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Senator wants Boeing CEO to testify as she prepares new FAA legislation
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US House seeks to boost DOJ defense of TikTok crackdown law

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US House seeks to boost DOJ defense of TikTok crackdown law
Business|Economy|Environment|Technology

GM to invest $900 million to retool Michigan auto plant to build EVs

General Motors plans to invest at least $900 million to retool a Lansing, Michigan auto plant to build electric vehicles, Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm said on

GM to invest $900 million to retool Michigan auto plant to build EVs
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Biden administration to award nearly $1.1 billion to Stellantis, GM for EV production

The Biden administration plans to award General Motors and Chrysler-parent Stellantis nearly $1.1 billion in grants to convert existing plants to build

Biden administration to award nearly $1.1 billion to Stellantis, GM for EV production
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Norfolk Southern agrees to implement derailment probe recommendations

Norfolk Southern said on Wednesday it had agreed to implement a series of safety recommendations made by the National Transportation Safety Board following a

Norfolk Southern agrees to implement derailment probe recommendations
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BMW recalling 394,000 US vehicles over potentially deadly air bag issue

German carmaker BMW said on Wednesday it was recalling 394,000 vehicles in the United States due to faulty airbag inflators that could potentially cause

BMW recalling 394,000 US vehicles over potentially deadly air bag issue
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Boeing CEO called NTSB chair to apologize after MAX probe rules violation

Boeing CEO Dave Calhoun apologized and vowed the planemaker would follow government rules after the National Transportation Safety Board said the company

Boeing CEO called NTSB chair to apologize after MAX probe rules violation
Health|News

Three people killed by faulty replacement air bag inflators, US safety agency says

A U.S. auto safety regulator said on Wednesday that three people have been killed and two seriously injured in the last nine months by low-cost faulty

Three people killed by faulty replacement air bag inflators, US safety agency says

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