Did you realize the sky is on the verge of opening up a big new world for both small and large businesses? Without a doubt, drones are a big topic of today's tech talk. And with the talk comes innovation — innovation that could...
Ramco Systems, a leading enterprise software provider on cloud, mobile and tablets, has added yet another notable accolade to its name.
Spirit has decided to invest in itself by investing in university students. The company announced plans to give 18 new $32,000 scholarships to engineering and business students attending Wichita State University, Kansas State...
JetBlue has become the launch customer for Airbus’ Maintenance Mobility, which allows the airline’s mechanics to have all the technical information they need on iPads.
On Nov. 20, the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) announced a joint strategy for implementing the most-recent update to the international safety agreement between the two bodies.
On Nov. 19, the Federal Register published the FAA's intention to extend the comment period for its proposed update to 14 CFR part 147. The move came in response to a request from 14 aviation and education groups, led by ATEC, submitted in late October.
On Nov. 20, the FAA and EASA announced a joint strategy for implementing the most-recent update to the international safety agreement between the two bodies.
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